Podane ceny są cenami brutto
More then a memoire, this inspiring and frightening story showcases the surprising possibilities for hope and love during one of history's most brutal times.
In the spring of 1942, Hannelore Wolff was living with her girlfriends at school in Berlin when she received shocking news: Her mother and brothers were about to be deported by the Gestapo. In a life-changing moment, Hannelore decided to leave school and join her family.
Over the next few years, Hannelore endured the horrors of eight labor and concentration camps. Despite being surrounded by almost anbereable suffering, Hannelore fell in love with a young Polish POW nemed Dick Hillman. Together, the young couple found hope when they were placed on Schindler's list. But the promise of safety was not sealed - just a few weeks later, Hannelore found herself alone at the gates of Auschwitz.