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So It S Reallyit s really one uarter of its length in The War to End All Wars pagesThe main value in the diary relies in seeing just was lost during the Holocaust the would have been happyroductive lives of children like Vera whose names in history are
"Written In Blood And AshesInevitably "in blood and ashesInevitably diary will draw comparison s with Anne Frank s I will also mention its likeness to The Diary of Petr Ginz who was another Czech Jewish child in the same age group who wrote his diary shortly before deportation to Theresienstadt And I was reminded of In Her Father s Eyes A Childhood Extinguished by the Holocaust about the early life of a Slovak Jewish girl who died in Sobibor when she was Vera s age. And it really helps me connect with the story.. ,
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ON A COPY OF THIS BOOK AND I Ma copy of this book and I m sure it was worth it It s basically the diary of a deeply ordinary little girl who
happened to be Jewish and living in Czechoslovakia on the eve of the Final SolutionBy the timeto be Jewish and living in Czechoslovakia on the eve of the Final SolutionBy the time year old Vera Kohnova began her diary there were already some restrictions on Jews in her area but she never mentions the Nazis and except for the mention of Jews having to wear badges and the fact that she can t attend regular school her life seems to have been just as normal and boring as any Czech Death Comes for the Archbishop pre adolescent s during thateriod She writes a lot about her clandestine schoolwork and her relationships
WITH HER GIRLFRIENDS AND HER CRUSHES ON BOYSTHE DIARYher girlfriends and her crushes on boysThe diary short. Popular ePub, Deník Věry Kohnové By Věr. Covering less than five months and ends in January 1942 when the deportations start and Vera s family is sent off to Theresienstadt She dreaded the move writing I have never wept in my life as much as yesterday and she
wasn t the only one her mother was terribly sad and she sees everything in black colorst the only one her mother was terribly sad and she sees everything in black colors Vera and her arents
AND SISTER DIDN T KNOW THATsister didn t know that stay in Theresienstadt would be brief that in another two months they d be sent to their deaths in PolandThe book isn t as long as it s appears It s 200 Damias Children pages yes but each facingage is taken up by a facsimile of a age from Vera s diary and the typed text is written first in Vera s native Czech then translated into English then into German so you essentially get. A Kohnová The way the author shows is genius. .