In the Camps: Teens Who Survived the Nazi Concentration Camps

Toby Axelrod


In the Camps: Teens Who Survived the Nazi Concentration Camps

In the Camps: Teens Who Survived the Nazi Concentration Camps

  • Title: In the Camps: Teens Who Survived the Nazi Concentration Camps
  • Author: Toby Axelrod
  • ISBN: 9781562544638
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback



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Recent Comments "In the Camps: Teens Who Survived the Nazi Concentration Camps"

1)I choose this book because my class and I were learning about the Nazi and it interested me.2)The plot of this book was about how the Nazi treated their workers in such awful ways.It also mainly talked about how the concentration camps worked and the punishments many people faced each day.3)My favorite quote was "Many people who experienced the years of Nazi teror have had trouble talking about it later." Why? because this goes to show how several people got treated so severely that they didn' [...]

I really liked this book. I liked this book because it taught me more about what Concentration Camps were like in Germany during World War 2. I also liked being able to more learn about the History of that war. I really liked that the people survived the Concentration Camps. This took place during the Holocaust.

This book is very imformational. I have learned a lot more than i would by listening to a teacher . same facts are really neat you would never thjought that 6 million Jews were killed or they would group people in the way they do and they took people that just had Jews in there blood. And many more facts probably lay in this book

I had to read this book for a paper in English class. Surprisingly, I enjoyed it; even though I dislike nonfiction. This book does a great job of telling the stories of many teen survivors during the Holocaust.

This book was full of information on the torturous camps during the holocaust and it expressed the feelings of teens who survived through these times. It is very sad to know what so many families had to go through!


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