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  • Great Look Into History

    I have read quite a few stories about World War II, but most were about events that took place in Germany or England. This was a very different one for me, taking place in Amsterdam. A place where the Jewish population was almost wiped out by the end of WWII. The people of Amsterdam never thought the war would come to them. They had lived peacefully for years and hadn't gotten involved in WWII. They thought it was pass them by. But as we know, it did not just pass them by. Rachel Klein, a young Jewish woman, finds herself caught up in all of it. As she watches the Nazi's take over her city and country, she knows she can't stand by and watch it happen. When her friends and neighbors are hauled away to placed unknown to never be heard from again, she turns from an innocent girl without many cares, into one of the best messengers with the resistance. Putting her life on the line countless times to help fellow Jews and those that support them, the time comes where it's too dangerous for her to continue and she goes into hiding with her family. This was an incredibly uplifting story of how one person can make a difference in other's lives. But it was also an incredibly sad tale of one of the worst times in human history. Well written, and from what I can tell, well researched, An Address in Amsterdam was a chilling look into human nature and history that we should never forget.

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  • An address in Amsterdam

    The author certainly researched her material for this splendid novel. The descriptions are so intricate that you feel that you are in Amsterdam. The story is written tastefully and one can imagine that a young Jewish girl, from a priviled background, can undertake the perilous work she did for the resistance. A sad book however there are many sweet and poignant scenes.

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  • An addres in amsterdam

    Enjoyed this book. Found rachels resistance work a bit sketchy. Would of liked a better ending

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  • It was a good title

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. As I was born in the Netherlands it gave me insight how people were treated during that period.

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  • very good

    very good and, sadly, true. Would have liked a better ending. Likely not able to.

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