An excerpt- “Though she has barely enough flesh on her bones from malnutrition, Elsie knew what she needed more than anything else to survive. She approached another prisoner, Hanka, who worked near the ovens and discarded piles of personal belongings, “Find me a prayer book. I’ll give you my food for it.” Missing a day’s ration could make Elsie too weak to work. To the captors, a prisoner’s only value was for work, or you die. They tried to steal the prisoners’ identities by taking all their personal possessions and tattooing a number on their arm. But, Faith cannot be stolen.”

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