Flory: Survival in the Valley of Death Audiobook

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by Flory Van Beek
In 1939, as the Nazi profession grew from menace to fact, the Jewish inhabitants during Europe faced heart-wrenching decisions to flee and shed their residences or to go into hiding, hoping towards all odds to steer clear of the fate of becoming found. Holocaust survivor Flory A. Van Beek faced this terrible selection, and in this poignant testament of hope she normally takes us on her personalized journey into one of history’s darkest hrs.Only a teenage woman when the Nazis invaded her neutral homeland of Holland, Flory watched the only daily life she experienced ever identified disappear. Tearfully leaving her household, Flory tried out to escape on the notorious SS Simon Bolivar passenger ship with Felix, the young Jewish man from Germany who would later on grow to be her husband. Their voyage introduced not protection but much more peril as their ship was blown up by Nazi planted mines, one of the 1st passenger ships ruined by the Germans throughout Entire world War II, sending virtually all of its passengers to a watery finish. Miraculo…

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