Concentration_camp stories, books, poems, and more

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Hana is a well-known violinist in the heart of Vienna. After the Nazis gain control, her Jewish heritage, friendships, and reputation are tested. Fleeing, hiding and facing deportation, she loses almost everything. Alone and heartbroken, she encounters a Nazi Commandant she doesn't remember. Everything changes. Can love and hope overcome… Read More
In a dystopian future, people born with disabilities are sent to concentration camps under the Evolution Bill. Among these "Mistakes" is a deaf man taken from his family, who has given up on society beyond the barbed wire fence. That is, until a young boy arrives at the camp. Sometimes,… Read More

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Short story might get turned into a prologue for a novel. Enjoy. Read More

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A story about a trip to a pizza place in Poland. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 27, 2012

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Regarding Anne Frank and her imprisonment in the concentration camps Read More
Part 2 of "Love In Dachau". Picture by title was taken by Elizaveta Porodin. Read More
Sara is a young Jewish girl during World War II. The Nazis have invaded her town. Sara hides in an old factory with her mother, who dies shortly after. When Sara is discovered, she is sent to a concentration camp. Here she meets Milo, a Nazi guard at the camp.… Read More
Geenie Swaboda was quite content living what others considered a humdrum life, but things took a harsh turn when someone from her past was murdered. At the shiva of her former fianc√©, Geenie was approached by a reporter named Jack. Then another man appeared - with a firearm. It seems… Read More
Okay well in language arts we read Night by Elie Wiesel (which I would recommend because it is AMAZING.) So anyhoo I got bored in math class and I used that book as inspiration for this... story? I don't really know what it is haha. Read More

Book / Historical Fiction

February 17, 2009

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Strafen - German for: To punish. In World War II the German's liquidated and took millions of jews to their death. Aurek's family was soon seperated from their father and is left in a cattle car with his mother, two sisters Felicja and Halina, twin sister Sonia and himself. They… Read More
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