Rena Kornreich Gelissen

Rena Kornreich Gelissen

"The most important book of the modern age!" Neal Lavon, Voice of America "The most historically accurate book ever written of the first transport of women into Auschwitz--the only book ever written by a survivor of that transport, who survived 3 years and 41 days in the camps." Irena Strezlecka, Director of the Museum of Women at Auschwitz How do you go from being a grandmother to a writer? Well, you need someone with kind eyes to sit across from you so when you tell your story you can see your tears reflected in hers and you know what you went through is not only real, but touching the next generation. Rena had a motto for life after 3 years in Auschwitz it is this: "The heart is only so big. So I do not hate. To hate is to let Hitler win." Please pass it on. Love, Rena You can friend Rena's co-author and her family on Facebook @ Renas promise - no apostrophe - and visit our website where you can see photos of the family. Rena's Promise was used at Brown University in the Psychology Dept and is still used in Holocaust programs at college and secondary school levels. Recommended for Holocaust collections by the Library Journal.
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