Until We Meet Again by Michael Korenblit
A True Story of Love and Survival in the Holocaust

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The true story of a teenaged couple and their families in Poland during the Nazi occupation beginning in 1942, their hiding places, the formation of the Jewish ghettoes, the Christian families who helped them, the deportations, and the 13 concentration camps that held them prisoner.  Until We Meet Again shows the strength, will, love, sacrifice, and ultimate survival of the couple, with an added miracle 39 years later.


About Michael Korenblit

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Published January 1, 2001 by Miracle Press. 310 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel. Non-fiction

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The Holocaust story of Jewish teenage-sweethearts Meyer Korenblit and Manya Nagelsztajn--as told, in a slow-moving soap-opera style that minimizes the horror and drama, by their younger son.

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For example: while in the camps, Manya kept an ersatz diary, jotting down daily events in terse lists such as ``Cyvia, joy, horrible condition, no hair, Cyvia better, new friend, replaced shoe, washed dress, farmwork'' which she rolled into tight cylinders and concealed in her hair.

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