Impact: A Hidden Child of the Holocaust Tells His Story
My mother and I slept together in a bed that was inside a closet. I remember lying in that bed trembling in fear at times. Peter Metzelaar was born in Amsterdam in 1935. In 1942, when Peter was 7, the Nazis seized Peter's entire family except for him and his mother. With the help of the Dutch Underground, Peter and his mother survived the war in hiding. This memoir tells of the harrowing time in hiding, and how Pete later confronted his past.
Paperback, 82 pages
Published 2008 by Washington State Holocaust Education Resource Center
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