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Ten Marks and a Train Ticket

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   Ten Marks and a Train Ticket is the true story of Benno (9) and Heinz (13), two brothers who were put on a train in 1939 Berlin, by their parents, as a desperate gesture to send them to safety, away from Nazi Germany.  This first-person narrative, told by Benno, chronicles their heartbreaking struggle to survive their travels across a continent on the brink of war, and the pain they confronted when learning of the loss of their parents and young brother, Charlie, at Aushwitz. 

 

Auschwitz

Atrocities Sentence

Questions for Benno

Video Interview with Benno and his daughters

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