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Most WW2 books focus on the Jews trials and extermination, but this diary of a young Hungarian Jew shows that many Jews survived in relatively normal circumstances despite change of lifestyle. War is never good and is such a shame for everyone involved. She mentions that life for the Jews in Munich, post WW2, was better for the Jews than for others. This diary starts before the war and ends with the young woman traveling to America to start again. While this book reads like a diary and doesn't have any nail biting, high adventure scenes, it is interesting to hear a real-life perspective of how other Jews survived the war. The reader has a lovely voice. She speaks with an American accent. The diary does say that the young girl speaks English perfectly, so I guess it works.
Not as much history as I would have liked in this but interesting enough for sure
loved it glad she found a new life recomended great read very well read