A series of personal stories from some of the non-Jews, including gypsies, political and religious activists, the physically challenged, and other "undesirables," who were persecuted but escaped the fate of the five million Gentiles murdered by the Nazis.
"A chilling and heartbreaking drama from out of the past . . . Dramatic, ghastly, and all too real, this book fills a need for first-hand information about this blot on the human race and serves as a reminder of the dangers of totalitarianism." VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) —