A Long Journey to Russia by Richard Fenigsen

As the Nazi Army swept into Eastern Europe in 1939, Richard Fenigsen, a sixteen year-old Polish Jew, fled his hometown of Radom and arrived with his family in the Soviet-controlled city of Lwow. Within months they were deported thousands of miles into the heart of Russia. For the next two years the Fenigsens made their way through the Soviet Union by boat, foot, and rail, as World War II ravaged Europe and the Nazi war machine systematically eradicated the Jews of Poland.

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