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Irena

Book Two: Children of the Ghetto

; Severine Trefouel ; Mike Kennedy (Redaktør) ; David Evrard (Utøver) ; Walter (Utøver)

The true tale of Irena Sendlerowa, a social worker in
the Warsaw ghetto in the early 1940s, during the early days of German
occupation. She is credited for saving the lives of 2500 Jewish children by
gradually and quietly smuggling them to safety in small groups. Les mer
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The true tale of Irena Sendlerowa, a social worker in
the Warsaw ghetto in the early 1940s, during the early days of German
occupation. She is credited for saving the lives of 2500 Jewish children by
gradually and quietly smuggling them to safety in small groups. While she is
eventually arrested by Gestapo, imprisoned, and tortured for her actions, she
refuses to reveal her network and is condemned to death. She is ultimately saved
from death by other members of her
organization.

This second volume focuses on
Irena's activities following her incarceration, and her years long mission to
locate and reunite the rescued children with their families, which led decades
later to her ultimate recognition. Her attempts to locate each of their natural
parents for reunion were as often heartbreaking as fulfilling. And while most of
the parents had been gassed in the Holocaust, she made it her mission to help
those orphaned find new homes.

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