EROD'S CHILDREN by Ilse ichinger

EROD'S CHILDREN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This tale of pity and horror, a nightmare insight into the terror of children, is so acutely conceived that its emotional impact is almost too serve. This is the story of a child, Ellen, and her companions, who as ""children with the wrong grandparents""faced the persecution of Hitler's Germany. Although the prose is sometimes obscure and time is obliterated, this searing indictment of a race of Herods is an unforgettable memorial to slaughtered innocents.

Pub Date: Oct. 18th, 1963
Publisher: Atheneum