In This Review

I Remember Nothing More: The Warsaw Children's Hospital And The Jewish Resistance
I Remember Nothing More: The Warsaw Children's Hospital And The Jewish Resistance
By Adina Blady Szwagger
Pantheon, 1991, 184 pp.

Recollections, put to paper 50 years later, of a young Jewish woman's experience as a medical worker and courier in the resistance in one of the worst areas of destruction, persecution and death in World War II-occupied Poland. It is a tale of horrors, honestly told, in which the qualities of humanity and mercy shine through.