The disappearance of Goldie Rapaport
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The disappearance of Goldie Rapaport

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The disappearance of Goldie Rapaport
Call No: YA 940.53161 S41d

Call NumberYA 940.53161 S41d
Dates1994; ©1994
Statement of Responsibilityby Gina Schwarzmann with Evelyn Julia Kent.
Creators & ContributorsSchwarzmann, Gina (author)
Kent, Evelyn Julia (author)
Schwarzmann, Gina (subject)
Summary"Genia Rapaport was an eight-year-old child when living in the Radom ghetto. One day, her father asked her to say goodbye to her mother. He passed her through a window, where a pair of hands were waiting to receive her on the outside of the ghetto. She spent the next few years of her life hiding in a Polish Catholic home in Warsaw. She became a runner for the resistance and watched as the family of her rescuer, Sophia Grudzinska, was destroyed by the Nazis." —National Holocaust Centre and Museum, UK
ContentsPart One. Radom to Warsaw
  1. The Forest
  2. Radom
  3. The Ghetto
  4. Escape
  5. Warsaw
  6. The Church
  7. The Resistance
  8. Capture
  9. Danger
  10. On the Farm
  11. Winter
  12. Journey to Warsaw
Part Two. Warsaw to the Holy Land
  1. The Joint
  2. The Group
  3. Journey to Prague
  4. Prague to Alba Julia
  5. Alba Julia
  6. SS Transylvania
  7. The Meshek
  8. Tatush
Physical Description 218 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherStanmore, UK : Evelyn Kent Associates
Notes"This is a true story. As it is told from memory, some of the names and incidental details may not be quite accurate" —Author's note, title page verso