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Written and published by: Abraham Morgenstern
Published in Dumont, N.J., 1990
Sidney C. Gelb
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|I. Early Years||1|
|II. Prewar Years||7|
|III. World War II (Russian Occupations)||9|
|IV. German Occupation (Sneak Attack)||16|
|V. The Germans are Here||20|
|VI. In the Ghetto||29|
|VII. First "Action"||37|
|VIII. Second "Action"||53|
|IX. Work Camp "Svidova"||60|
|X. The Farm in "Ulashkovice"||65|
|XI. An "Action" on the Farm||71|
|XII. The Dream||74|
|XIII. The Cave (A Possibility)||77|
|XIV. The "Action"||81|
|XV. In the Cave||88|
|XVIII. To Chernovits||108|
|XIX. Goodbye U.S.S.R.||125|
|XX. Goodbye Poland||130|
|XXI. Italy at Last||137|
|XXII. Santa Maria-Santa Croce||141|
|XXIV. Goodbye Italia||147|
|Letter from the General Consulate (German)||150|
|Translation of Letter from the German consulate||151|
|Letter from the Country Court (German)||152|
|Translation of letter from the country court director||153|
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