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Leap into Darkness by Leo Bretholz and Michael Olesker

Leap into Darkness

Leap into Darkness by Leo Bretholz and Michael Olesker
Sep 14, 1999 | 288 Pages
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    Sep 14, 1999 | 288 Pages

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"Harrowing…In the midst of many improbable escapes, there is also a sense of almost exhilarating determination." —Publishers Weekly

"Riveting–a fascinating and moving piece of history." —Library Journal

"No one can read [this] history without realizing–the remarkable courage of individuals, and the tremendous importance of stories such as this being published for all to read." –Sir Marin Gilbert, author of The Holocaust

"This loving and lovely memoir should be read by everyone interested in the daily lives of young Jews caught in the Holocaust. Leo Bretholz’s story grabs you, and it won’t shake when you’ve finished the book." –Deborah Dwork, coauthor of Auschwitz: 1270 to Present

"This memoir is that rarest of all survivors: a man who jumped from a train on his way to a death camp. The reader is with Bretholz at every step, following with mounting tension his struggle to escape." –Raul Hilberg, author of The Destruction of the European Jews

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