But You Did Not Come BackBook - 2016
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Page 95: "I'm eighty-six years old, twice the age you were when you died. I'm an elderly lady now. I'm not afraid to die, I don't panic. I don't believe in God, or that there's anything after death. I'm one of the 160 still alive out of the 2,500 who came back--76,500 French Jews were sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Six million Jews died: in the camps, killed and thrown into mass graves, gassed, shot at point-blank range, massacred in the ghettos. Once a month, I have dinner with some friends who survived, we laugh together, even about the camp, in our own way."
Sad book about a teen-ager who was deported from France with her father. Her father died in the camp. Sad that Marceline Loriden-Ivens does not believe in God.
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