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"If I can get out of here alive, I will never deny my Judaism, whatsoever."
Over three years, Shlomo Adler lost his parents, his sister and many members of his extended family. He was in a labor camp, in hiding, a soldier in the Polish army under a false identity. He grew close to a Polish senior official and was detained by the Communists. Despite all of this, he did not give up, and his spirit was not broken. The boy from Bolechów confronted challenges courageously and defiantly, finding a way to change his cruel destiny.
And he succeeded, making it to the Land of Israel and participate in the campaign for the establishment of Israel, the country where he built a house and raised a family.


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