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Publisher Description

Under the Yellow & Red Stars is a remarkable story of survival, coming of age and homecoming after years as a stranger in a strange land. Alex Levin was only ten years old when he ran deep into the forest after the Germans invaded his hometown of Rokitno and only twelve when he emerged from hiding to find that he had neither parents nor a community to return to. A harrowing tale of escape, endurance and exceptional emotional resilience, Levin’s story also draws us into his later life as an officer and eventual outcast in the USSR, and as an immigrant who successfully built a new life in Canada. This poetically written memoir is imbued with loss and pain, but also with the optimistic spirit of a boy determined to survive.

GENRE
Non-Fiction
RELEASED
2009
September 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
149
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Azrieli Foundation
SELLER
eBOUND Canada
SIZE
12.7
MB

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