Jack and Rochelle by Jack Sutin
A Holocaust Story of Love and Resistance

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Describes the meeting of two escaped prisoners from Nazi labor camps and the dangerous circumstances under which they survived and resisted the war, which included raids on nearby Polish farms. IP.
 

About Jack Sutin

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Lawrence Sutin teaches at Hamline University.
 
Published July 14, 2015 by Open Road Media. 201 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel, War. Non-fiction

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Memoir of two Polish Jews who fell in love while hiding out from the Nazis during WW II. (Apr.)

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Sutin (Divine Invasions: A Life of Philip K. Dick) crafted this Holocaust account from a series of interviews he conducted with his parents. Narrating alternately, Jack and Rochelle vividly describe h

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Although mere acquaintances before the outbreak of war, Jack and Rochelle became lovers and together fought in the resistance movement, enduring near-starvation, disease and the constant threat of capture by Germans and Poles.

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