Peninah Cypkewicz was only seventeen years old when the German army entered Wloclawek, her home town on September 14, 1939.
For five and a half years, Peninah survived with a combination of initiative and much luck. After liberation from Nazi rule in January, 1945 Peninah began a seven month journey to Eretz Yisrael.
Peninah's story is one of tremendous personal courage in the face of despair, persistence in her struggle to survive, and the ultimate reward - a happy family life with her husband, children and grandchildren in Israel.
Written by Peninah Cypkewicz-Rosin. 200pgs.