344 days underground : novel based on true events
It was September 13, 1939, less than two weeks after Hitler invaded Poland. Etcia Goldberg and her children were at the funeral of her husband Chaim in the small town of Korolowka. On this chilly day in western Ukraine, Etcia had no idea how her life and the lives of her children would change in the following months and years. Hitler's invasion of Ukraine forced Etcia and her family to hide underground for 344 days. That tumultuous time period was a true test of Etcia's resilience, faith, and defiant willpower. Etcia's children were her motivation to push forward and survive. This story is about the meaning of being human, and the healing power of forgiveness.
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