In the Warsaw Ghetto by Glenn Haybittle

In the Warsaw Ghetto by Glenn Haybittle

Ala Silberman is training to be a dancer when the Germans invade Warsaw. Together with almost half a million other Jews, Ala and her family are forced into the ghetto, where she struggles with feelings of guilt at her comparative privileged circumstances. Then Ala’s enigmatic teacher forms a dance company with the intention of putting on a performance for the ghetto’s residents.

Year first published: 2019

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