Halina Birenbaum is a writer, poet and translator. She was born in Warsaw in In she emigrated to Israel. She worked in a kibbutz until her marriage in Now she lives in Hertzliya, with her husband and two sons.
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Memoirs of the author's experiences during the Holocaust. Born in Warsaw, she was ten years old at the time of the German occupation. In addition to specifying the name s of the creator s when making use of their work, please acknowledge the source of the material as follows:. Have more information? Found a mistake? Help us complete missing information. Was it torn from an old family album?
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