About The Book:
An Inspiring True Story of One Woman who Saved 2500 Jewish Children. This is the incredible true story that combines many facts - together, they form one of history’s most fascinating and at the same time, gruesome eras.
Germany’s occupation of Poland during the Second World War set off a chain of events that were unprecedented in their complexities of human behavior. With the largest Jewish population in Europe, Poland suffered the worst fallout of German atrocities. From containment of Jews in the infamous Warsaw Ghetto to their ultimate annihilation in the extermination camps, World War II forms a sordid tale of discrimination and hate.
Against this is the fragrance of hope and kindness. When the world is in peril, deliverance always comes, and so it was that a few people defied the odds to emerge angel in times of distress, beacons of hope amidst the throes of darkness.
This is the true account of a woman who was as gentle as she was steely-minded.
Irena Sendler, a little lady who saved 2,500 Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto, is today known all over the world, with thousand of websites dedicated to her. This, though, is the first complete published book of her incredible journey from an inspired young girl to a nonagenarian who spurned all personal glory.