These were the times and places where humans descended to a level lower than animals. Ravensbrck was one of those times and places where human dignity became an unimaginable luxury. This is a true story of prisoner 44667 and the routine horror that systematically denigrated and stripped 132,000 women of their humanity. It is the story of true love. The details are historically accurate. None of the characters are fictional.
Aline Virmoux and her husband were active members of the French Resistance. After three years of successful activities, they were caught in 1944 by the Gestapo. He was deported to Dachau. She was deported to the womens concentration camp of Ravensbrck.
Alines last few days in Nazi Germany were nothing short of a breathtaking and unforgettable case of survival and bravery.
Plots, shots, flight, pursuit - all are part of this story from the exciting chapter in America's history when thousands of Loyalists fled to Canada to evade the vengeance of the American Revolutionaries. Twelve-year-old Ned Seaman tells this lively tale of his family's perilous journey. Escape may be fiction, but Martha and Caleb Seaman and their children actually existed.
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