Little Lily testimony.


Little Lily testimony.

Contains the remembrances of Lily Zelenka as a Jew in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, a victim of deportation, prisoner in several concentration camps, and a survivor of the Holocaust. "Little Lily" covers a general span of time from 1900 through the 1950s.

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