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This Book Shop is being run on an honor system.  We trust that you will make a donation of your choice on our DONATION PAGE. We will email you a copy of the book you desire.  Please note that a percentage of your donation (for any item) will be donated to a NGO in Ukraine (TBA shortly.)  We also trust that you will not share your eBook with others but will be so kind as to recommend it to friends and family instead.  

NOTE:  Signed, hard copies of all books are available but only shipped within the USA.  (We are sorry to report that postage for a book to Ukraine is presently over $20 and not insurable.)  

All eBooks listed below are priced according to your discretion.  Please see our donation page

NOTE: The Forgotten Few BELOW is a FREE download.  

We will email a copy of the eBook as soon as we hear from you. Thank you.

This book of interviews and pictures is dedicated to the small group of survivors of the Transnystria Nazi labor camp. who chose to live in their homes in Mogelov, in the camp area after they were liberated. The funds raised from the sale of this book are sent these elderly, poverty-stricken people to use for fuel, medicine and food. The funds are delivered by the author herself; and put directly into the hands of those survivors. The book also serves as an educational tool in schools where young people need reminders, firsthand, from the actual interviews with the survivors,what cruelty was perpetrated at Transnystria.

The book is written in both English and Russian. 

Six million people were murdered in the Holocaust.
This book is a testament to a small group of survivors
who live in Mogelov. May we never forget. 

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A beautifully written and important first novel by Cora Schwartz, based on the true story of her life living with a holocaust survivor. In a magical and haunting style, Ms. Schwartz weaves an intense love story that answers the question asked so many times since her husband s death: What was it really like living with a holocaust survivor? As Ms. Schwartz carries us along in a grand sweep through the old Yugoslavia, Russia and Romania in the 1960s, the depth of her relationship with Rudy becomes a tragic work of art as she allows us a peek into the soul of a holocaust victim in an artful and deeply moving way. The timeliness of this cannot be overstated now when there are those who deny the holocaust happened.

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The story of a Holocaust survivor and the woman who loved him, understood him, and understood his eccentric life as he wrestled with terrible memories.

 

 

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