Thomas Geve Audio Books

Thomas Geve is the pseudonym of a Jewish engineer, author, and Holocaust survivor of German descent. He was born in Stettin in 1929 and lived as child in Beuthen, before moving to Berlin with his mother in 1939. He was deported to Auschwitz in June 1943 with his mother, where he remained until the camp’s evacuation in January 1945. Surviving the death march to Gross-Rosen concentration camp and then to Buchenwald concentration camp, he was imprisoned until the inmates liberated themselves in April 1945. After the war, Thomas went to a camp in Switzerland for orphaned Shoah survivors, and was eventually reunited with his father in England. In 1950, he emigrated to Israel and settled in Haifa.

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Extended Sample The Boy Who Drew Auschwitz by Thomas Geve
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