Born in the Ghetto : my triumph over adversity /
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Born in the Ghetto : my triumph over adversity /

This book is for all lovers of autobiography, history, and those interested in personal accounts of World War II. It is a personal testimony and a family saga played out against a background of some of the most momentous historical events of the 20th century. A novelist inventing a heroine would hav...

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Main Author: Sef, Ariela Abramovich
Corporate Author: PALCI EBSCO books
Other Authors: Judelson, Kathrine, Abramovich, S.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Middlesex, England ; Portland, Oregon : Gainsborough House Press, 2014.
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245 1 0 |a Born in the Ghetto :  |b my triumph over adversity /  |c Ariela Abramovich Sef ; translated by Kathrine Judelson and S. Abramovich ; English edition edited by S. Abramovich. 
264 1 |a Middlesex, England ;  |a Portland, Oregon :  |b Gainsborough House Press,  |c 2014. 
264 4 |c ©2014 
300 |a 1 online resource (253 pages) :  |b illustrations, photographs 
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505 0 |a Front Matter; Title Page; Contents; Figures; Who's Who; Introduction; PART ONE: ARIELA'S LIFE; Born In The Ghetto; To The Orphanage; Mama Julia; Liberation; Our Scattered Family; Rescuing Lost Children; Restaurants; Uncle Naum, Aunt Lily And Anya; Madames Kupritz And Tsitses; School; A Funeral; Our New Nanny Onute; The Fur Coat; Yadviga Vikentievna And Nina Rachkovskaya; Our Yard; The Black Staircase; Summer Holidays; Aunt Lily And Uncle Naum Return; Special Occasions; Mother, Father And Leaving Home; Discharged And Expelled; The Bakulev Heart Institute; Paris; Hammersmith Hospital. 
505 8 |a Disasters StrikeThe Novi Cabaret; Do I Stay or Go?; Back In The USSR; Kaunas And Moscow; Kitty; Returning To Paris; The Loeb Twins; Andrei; Adventures With Andrei; Returning To Palanga; A Sitting Tenant; Birthdays And Goodbye; PART TWO: MEMORIES OF ARIELA; Kama Ginkas: I Too Was Born In The Ghetto; Solomon Abramovich: Sister Ariela; Alla Demidova: I'm Still Expecting Her Phone Call; Alexander And Lilia Mitta: Ariela As We Remember Her; Yulii Gustman: Ariela -- A Name That Means Lioness; Makvala Kasrashvili: A Kind Heart Is A Gift From God; Nelly Belskaya: The 'Blue Disease' 
505 8 |a Sergie Nikolaevich: A Present From ArielaOlga Yakovleva: Our Distant Youth; Andrei Yakhontov: They Were An Impressive Couple; Karen Shakhnazarov: Recalling Ariela Sef; Ksenia Muratova: Ariela, Dear Heart; Svetlana And Vitalii Ignatenko: We Remember Her; APPENDIX 1; INDEX. 
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