Franci’s War is the gripping and illuminating memoir of a young Prague woman who passed through several concentration camps but somehow managed to survive the Holocaust. Franci Rabinek Epstein’s family had lived on Spálená St., where they ran a thriving dress making business until – after being designated Jews by Nazi racial laws – they were sent in summer 1942 to the Terezín concentration camp and ghetto north of Prague. I discussed Franci’s story with her daughter Helen Epstein, a US writer who has succeeded in having Franci’s War published in several countries.

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