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Primo michele levi ( italian: [ ˈpriːmo ˈlɛːvi] ; 31 july 1919 – 11 april 1987) was an italian jewish chemist, writer, and holocaust survivor. Gripping and inspiring, these true stories of bravery, terror, and hope chronicle nine different children' s experiences during the holocaust. The spine- tingling, moving story of a survivor of the warsaw ghetto, including the uprising, and subsequent deportations to several concentration camps, death camps, and slave labor camps. Primo michele levi ( italian: [ ˈpriːmo ˈlɛːvi] ; 31 july 1919 – 11 april 1987) was an italian jewish chemist, partisan, holocaust survivor and writer. A survivors of the holocaust book fantastic account of some children who survived the holocaust. Auschwitz: concentration camp, facts, location. 11 hours ago · a group of child survivors behind a barbed wire fence at auschwitz- birkenau, the nazi concentration survivors of the holocaust book camp, in southern poland, on the day of its liberation by the red army, january 27th, 1945.
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