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Escaping Hitler : A Jewish Boy's Quest For Freedom and His Future

Scrivens, Phyllida.

New York, New York : Skyhorse Publishing, 2016.

208 pp.

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Escaping Hitler is the true story, covering ninety years, of Günter Stern who, at fourteen, when Adolf Hitler threatened his family, education, and future, resolved to escape from his rural village of Nickenich in the German Rhineland. In July 1939, Günter boarded a bus to the border of Luxembourg, illegally crossed the river, and walked alone for seven days through Belgium and into Holland. He was intent on catching a ferry to England and freedom, but the outcome of his journey was not exactly as he had planned.

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ISBN:

978-1-51070865-5

Author:

Scrivens, Phyllida.

Title:

Escaping Hitler : A Jewish Boy's Quest For Freedom and His Future.

Publisher:

New York, New York : Skyhorse Publishing, 2016.

Physical:

208 pp.

Summary:

Escaping Hitler is the true story, covering ninety years, of Günter Stern who, at fourteen, when Adolf Hitler threatened his family, education, and future, resolved to escape from his rural village of Nickenich in the German Rhineland. In July 1939, Günter boarded a bus to the border of Luxembourg, illegally crossed the river, and walked alone for seven days through Belgium and into Holland. He was intent on catching a ferry to England and freedom, but the outcome of his journey was not exactly as he had planned.

Subject:

Nazi Germany--Concentration Camp--Sobibor

Subject:

England--Politician--Businessman

Subject:

Jewish Boy--Freedom--Future.

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