Jack Mandelbaum

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Jack Mandelbaum is a Holocaust survivor born in 1927 in the Free City of Danzig, renamed Gdańsk in 1945. His experiences as a boy during World War II were the subject of Andrea Warren's children's book of Jacks surviving in a concentration camp separated from his family. Surviving Hitler: A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps.


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Awards for Surviving Hitler: A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps included the 2004 William Allen White Children's Book Award for grades six to eight,[1] the American Library Association's Robert F. Sibert Honor Book for Most Distinguished Informational Book for Children;[2] and Outstanding Children's Book from the American Society of Journalists and Authors[3]


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