Friday, November 26, 2010

Alicia Appleman-Jurman's amazing tale - survived typhoid, saved from pile of corpses, survived two firing squads, lived in woods








source: Alicia Appleman-Jurman: Survival and Heroism of a Young Girl During the Holocaust


chris c's summary:
Yet another sad tale. Alicia Appleman-Jurman. Part one, Alicia survives prison and death, 12 year old Alicia was taken to Chortkov prison, for calling a Nazi a devil. She was beaten and became ill, it turns out the Nazis were giving her water laced with typhoid ( something else on the menu ) One day a Nazi kicked her, she did not respond so the Nazi thought she was dead. She was thrown onto a pile of corpses, then a jew that was supposed to bury her found she was still alive, so he sneaked her back to the ghetto. Part two Alicia survives killing squads. Alicia was eventually recaptured and taken to some woods to be shot, suddenly Alicias friend, Milek grabbed a gun off one of the guards and started shooting " RUN RUN," shouted Milek, so Alicia ran into the woods. Part three Alicia survives in the countryside. Luckily Alicia bumped into a man called Wujciu in the woods he said she could stay at his house. Eventually Alicia was caught again! Then the Nazis were marching Alicia somewhere else to be shot, Alicia had experience of this so she hung at the back of the line, then she managed to run away! She hid in the hollow of a tree, and then escaped to a forest. Book called Alicias story.

14 comments:

  1. it seems that the very nazis who were efficient and effective enough to systematize the deaths of 6 million people without leaving any evidence at all were just incompetent enough to allow a 12 year old girl to escape their clutches not once, not twice but three times!

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  2. alicia was extrodinary trying to survive. i know some might think that the odds are against it, that she sould have died, but she didn't and she tells her story, because she owed it to her family, her four brothers, her parents, her grandparents friends and relatives; who never saw the end of the war. she didn't want her loved ones to be known as one of the 6 million killed in the holocaust. she wanted them to be known for who they were, the people she loved.

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  3. I have the book and have read it. The story of how Alicia escapes the Nazis proved that determiations and perserverance have effects on their lives. I was looking for intersting facts about the author but can;t find theme anywhere.

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  4. Jartzu from FinlandOctober 18, 2011 at 5:59 AM

    I have read the book in the Finnish language and am reading it in the English language. One of the best books ever written! No fiction but real life in barbarian criminal racist Europe.
    - I am sure everyone can write a letter to the author and ask questions after reading the book.
    - We need to know about the Holocaust because it happened, we can say yesterday, and it is the most evil crime ever committed.
    - I have read many Holocaust books and going to read many more.
    - We must not forget but tell every new generation what is man like when he is and acts without living GOD.

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    1. Oh my goodness ! - they've even translated these holohoax fairy tales into the Finnish language. It won't be too long before the Innuit version is published, so that the Eskimos can read them in their igloos during the long, cold, Arctic nights.

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    2. the most evil crime ever committed ur off ur fucking nut the soviets murdered over 100 million christians and as we in ireland know the soviets were mostly jews, stalin for example a georgian born jew the most evil man in history also karl marx the father of communism was also a jew, communism is nothing more than talmud wrapped up in a different ideology a way for the jews to exterminate christians and blame someone else end of

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  5. Alicia is a very brave women and has put compassion in my heart by telling her true life story.

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  6. Definitely a good job. she's one of the bravest women i have ever heard of.

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    1. Oh Yes - absolutely - a very good job indeed !

      The Talmudic fruit-cakes, and Zionist criminals will be well pleased with her fantasy tales. It suits their holohoax agenda perfectly.

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  7. I am in the middle of reading her book now. I have to put it down every 3 or 4 chapters because it breaks my heart. I have heard people say they didn't understand why the Jews did not fight back. This book shows that many Jews did and that is why they were not annihilated. It is absolutely amazing how this young girl had the courage and stamina to evade this horrible period in history, where hate ruled for no explicable reason that I can fathom. The fact that Alicia is still alive today is a miracle and a gift to us that are able to read her story.

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  8. Did all schools in the ghettos have trees outside the classroom windows???? Iv read a lot of stories on the holocaust and a Lot of the children's stories say that "they really wanted to go to school but wasn't allowed so they sat in a tree outside the window,the teacher saw them but let them stay in the tree untill one day i fell out the tree and teacher told them not to come back again"............

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  9. I think the unfathomable becomes a little more fathomable when we hear the holocaust denying ignoramus such as this one's comments - insensitivity which knows no bounds...

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  10. Insensitivity dont have bounds when what is being told is complete bullshit

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