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Meet Tuky Treitel (originally Gestetner), a well-respected member of the Montreal Jewish community who narrowly survived the Holocaust as a hidden child. She went on to raise a beautiful family (including dozens of grandchildren and great-grandchildren) despite the horrible memories, trauma, and distress she experienced during the formative days of her childhood. Her daughter, Shterni Rosenfeld, has just written a children's book about that dark and perilous time, allowing today's children to virtually walk along with a six-year-old girl, her little brother, and their cousin, as they left a happy Jewish home and comfortable life to hide from the Nazis to save their lives.

Tuky: The Story of the Hidden Child

Tuky: The Story of the Hidden Child

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Tuky: The Story of the Hidden Child

Meet Tuky Treitel (originally Gestetner), a well-respected member of the Montreal Jewish community who narrowly survived the Holocaust as a hidden child. She went on to raise a beautiful family (including dozens of grandchildren and great-grandchildren) despite the horrible memories, trauma, and distress she experienced during the formative days of her childhood. Her daughter, Shterni Rosenfeld, has just written a children's book about that dark and perilous time, allowing today's children to virtually walk along with a six-year-old girl, her little brother, and their cousin, as they left a happy Jewish home and comfortable life to hide from the Nazis to save their lives.
Holocaust, Holocaust Survivors
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