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This fascinating book tells the incredible but true story of a Jewish family in Eastern Europe and their bitter but triumphant struggle for survival. Travel back in time to a busy market street in Poland, where tragedy strikes as savage Russian Cossacks brutally ride down shoppers. Witness the heroic sacrifice of a young Jewish mother protecting her daughters. Meet Yente and Benjamin who, despite bitter opposition, discover love in the Warsaw Ghetto, which was then the heart of European Jewry. Their lives weave a tale of betrayal and separation, confusion and desperation, failure and success. Caught in the maelstrom of war, their little family it torn apart by a devastating series of events, producing a heartbreaking situation with no apparent solution. In the midst of international chaos and conflict, months of agonizing separation result in a truly miraculous family reunion.
Lydia Buksbazen for more than 30 years, served with her husband in the leadership of The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry. Victor Buksbazen (1903-74) was General Director of the ministry and Editor of Israel My Glory magazine. A