This person is nine years old when the narrative begins.
This person is determined to keep the family safe and together and emerges as the leader of the family until the bitter end.
This person is captured by the Russians and transferred to a Russian prison camp.
This person lives on a farm in Komjaty.
This person is taken away by officials for allegedly speaking ill of Hungary and is transferred to a concentration camp.
This person is involved in illegal activities with the Zionist Club and steps in front of a train.
This person is the appointed leader of a section of the ghetto.
This person works for someone who smuggles Jewish refugees.
This person has a modern, progressive way of thinking about the world and about Jewish identity.
This person finds friendship and romance in...
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