March To Freedom by Edith Singer

May 31, 2012
By Anonymous

March To Freedom is autobiography about a girl on her journey, in a cattle cart, to a German death camp and all that she goes through just to survive. This book is mainly for teens because of the writing styles and the way life is depicted in that time period.
Her and Her family is sent into a world of hatred and death. This book will send you a mental picture of a German death camp through details in the story and once you see what it was like; being in a death camp you will automatically send hatred to what they did to those people.
If you want a brief history of a German death camp then you will just have to read this book

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