Always Remember Your Name: A True Story of Family and Survival in Auschwitz

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Price
$25.00  $23.25
Publisher
Astra House
Publish Date
Pages
190
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781662600715

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About the Author
Andra (b. 1939) and Tatiana Bucci (b. 1937) were born in Fiume, the daughters of a Catholic father and Jewish mother. They were deported to Auschwitz along with their mother, grandmother, aunt and a cousin. When the camp was liberated in 1945 they were sent first to Czechoslovakia and later to the UK where their parents finally tracked them down. They were reunited with their parents in 1946. Today, they bear witness in schools and at the camps.
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"Always Remem­ber Your Name is a pow­er­ful, yet sim­ple, telling of a har­row­ing peri­od in two young girl's lives. The Buc­ci sis­ters will stay with the read­er long after the book is closed."
--Rabbi Marc Katz, The Jewish Book Council

"Andra and Tatiana Bucci's riveting memoir reveals the extraordinary courage of two little girls; their will to live, and the profound love of their mother, who was determined to keep them alive. Always Remember Your Name is heart-breaking and yet utterly uplifting, with the fierce bond of two sisters at its heart, who survived the Holocaust to bear witness, so that none of us will ever forget."
--Heather Morris, international bestselling author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Cilka's Journey, and Three Sisters

"Written in the simple, direct language of witness and accompanied throughout by family photographs, this poignant story celebrates human resilience and warns readers living in an increasingly divided and chaotic world to beware the 'monsters' created by 'the sleep of reason.' Historically significant firsthand documentation from the 20th century's darkest period."
-- Kirkus