Holocaust: Memoirs: Georgina by Gabriella Kovac

  • File Size:?15911 KB
  • Print Length:?129 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN:?1507892160
  • Simultaneous Device Usage:?Unlimited
  • Publisher:?Gabriella Kovac; Third Edition (June 12, 2016); 3 edition (June 11, 2014)
  • Publication Date:?June 11, 2014
  • Sold by:?Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language:?English


Holocaust Memoirs: Holocaust Survivor Stories – Georgina

An Incredible True Story of Survival Audacity and Deception from the Darkest Days of the Holocaust. December 1944 whilst heavy snows fall over Budapest and soldiers battle for the streets, Georgina a young Jewish woman, is nearly starving to death with her new born son. The battle outside is one of the most savage in the entire war. She knows that to go into the streets is virtually a death sentence or rape, but she must find food within the next few hours or her baby will certainly die. For Georgina there is no choice. Alone and completely vulnerable she heads out into the freezing cold. Georgina My Mother’s Story is an incredible true story of one woman’s bravery and daring in Hungary during the Holocaust and through the brutal communist regime beyond. It’s the story of a carefree young woman thrust into the worst tragedy in human history- and emerging triumphant.

“…this story permits us to view one of the world?s darkest periods through the eyes of a woman who refused to give into oppression. Gabriella and Oliver R. Shead bring to life a time when courage was defined by the willingness to survive?” William D. Curl

“The historical facts are mingled in with the real life stories of the amazing woman Georgina from saving her baby with black market penicillin and spending time in Hungary?s worst prison for which she was sent a bill” – Bridgett S.