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Based on a true story, Brothers on the Run takes you on a high-velocity ride across pre-World War II Europe. In 1933, two teenage Jewish brothers barely escape death at the Nazis' hands, only to find themselves crisscrossing Europe as refugees whose survival depends on their luck, daring, and wits. In 1936, when the US denies them entry, the boys enlist as foreign soldiers in the Spanish Civil War--a fateful decision that [...]
 
Under the Same Roof - My Life as the Son of Holocaust Resisters by Mark Henry Kinn
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Felix Jones And The Book Of Words by Julian Roderick
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