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The Year Of Goodbyes: A True Story Of Friendship, Family, And Farewells

The Year Of Goodbyes: A True Story Of Friendship, Family, And Farewells

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This book tells the true story of what happened to a 12 year old girl named Jutta Debbie Levy s mother in 1938 Actual entries in a posiealbum autograph book serve as stepping stones in a crucial year in German history when people of Jewish ancestry were systematically stripped of their rights hunted down and sent to their deaths Jutta wa

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