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An scene in the war about a Mom and a child. Read More

Tags: love, death, child, wwii, jew

It's an idiom Read More

Tags: jew, idiom-memoir

This whole book was my friend's idea Read More
Jews were slaughtered. They were being killed, by the Germans. A boys life has been ruined, his parents, his loyalty, friends, childhood... Read More

Tags: jew

Ode to a chode, holy heeb load, EXPLODE Read More

Tags: god, jew, hebrew, kosher, cum

After the attacks in Paris on Friday the 13th of November, 2015. This is the action we must take in order to eradicate this threat. Islam must be reformed. Read More
The Jerusalem synagogue massacre teaches us who is sacred to us and how to honor what is important to us. Read More
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
I composed this poem as a short summary of my views on the current situation in the early 21st century on the Israel/Palestine reformation since the mid 1900's. As many of you are aware this small land in the Arabian Peninsula has been disputed over for many years and still… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 31, 2013


Short Story / Non-Fiction

October 18, 2013

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Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

People ask me about my travels; well really speaking I started travelling in May of 1955. Against my parents wishes I joined the Merchant Navy in Hamburg, Germany. My father wanted me to be a radio-technician. It would have been a very interesting Career as I always had been interest… Read More

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Zoë is half German, half Jewish living during the Holocaust. One day her world is turned upside down when her and her family are shipped of to Auschwitz. There, she meets a young Nazi soldier. They fall in love with each other. But, can their love survive the tragic events… Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 22, 2013

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Comments: 4

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This is a found poem that I wrote for English in 2012, on the book Night, by Elie Wiesel. The page numbers and quotes were picked at random and then put together to form this piece. Read More
A girl experiencing the end of the holocaust Read More

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A poem about a German Jew in 1930s Berlin, through the eyes of a man waking up with woman who risks everything in a world that hates him. Read More

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A story about a trip to a pizza place in Poland. Read More
It's 1923 in Weimar Germany, a country that is down on it's knees. Karl Wieland is hungry and impoverished and his only chance of improving things is a job in far-away Danzig. But to start it, he has to get there yet he has no money for the train ticket.… Read More
This description has nothing to do with the story, more about why it was writer. This was originally written in 2008 as an english assignment, ewe were reading the 'Diary of Anne Frank' and we had to write a short story from any point of view I chose the point… Read More
I wrote this for a class project a couple years ago but I did some serious revision. Tell me what you think. Inspired by Anne Frank and the Holocaust Read More
Inspired by political turmoil and recent event (2007) Read More
A Holocaust observer suffers the news of her husband of many years passing. Read More
My mother went to France when both of her parents died. She was seeking an escape. But she didn't realize how free she was. She took her freedom for granted. We all did. I know that now. My mother was half German and half Jewish-- This was before anyone had… Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 23, 2011


Tags: death, snow, holocaust, jew

It's Germany, 1939, and Hitler's terror reigns over all. 13-year-old Liesbeth Engle's sheltered life crumbles when her family is taken away and she finds herself hiding amongst a persecuted family of Jews. From hiding to running, to scrounging for food and simply trying to stay alive, Leisbeth comes to understand… Read More

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Comments: 3

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"there language became a barrier"-Elie Wiesel Interpret it. I challenge you to think! Read More
Two friends and i wagged school and smoked some weed. I was just sitting back and listening to the conversations when i decided to get out my laptop and record it all. After half an hour this is what i had... Read More
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