Memories of the Holocaust: Nina's Story, Through Her Eyes by Efraim Eckhaus
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House
- Pages: 454
- Publication date: 2016
Through Her Eyes is a historical semi-autobiography detailing one Holocaust survivors memories of a distant time when free people, religion, and political choice were replaced with turmoil, strife and starvation as Hitler’s Germany invaded and eventually reigned in Poland. These events have affected the lives of millions and altered the course of history forever. Nina’s personal accounts and tales of unwanted hardships, anger, sorrow, and frustration will be forever overshadowed by her immense courage, strength, and unwavering determination. The kind of determination one needs to be inspired and overcome near impossible odds. Each obstacle she faced and conquered gave her the confidence, will, and internal fortitude to succeed in life rather than fail in death. This memoir is a true testament to the human spirit and shows no matter how difficult and long a never ending road may seem, when a person is forced against ones will to bare seemingly unfeasible burdens, that person can reach down deep into their soul, rise to the occasion, and find the self-belief and heart to carry on. **Update: 09/2011 - Now also available: Revealing the Untold Truth: The Second Generation. A follow-up to Memories of the Holocaust: Nina’s Story, Through Her Eyes. Available for Kindle and print through Amazon.
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