Yesterday's Todays is the remarkable memoir of Anneliese Johnson, who is believed to be the world's last survivor of the Treblinka death camp: she escaped at the age of just 13 during the August 1943 uprising and had to go into hiding on a farm in Poland until the end of the war.
Not only did she survive Nazi persecution, but also escaped the horrific brutality of life under Soviet occupation of the East to forge a new life in Sheffield, England. Her bravery and defiance shine through in this testimony.
It has been a huge privilege to work with Anneliese on this book and to get to know her – we all have a duty to remember, so this is an incredibly important book.
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Nazi parade in Eisenach taken from the upstairs of the family shop.
Anneliese in Hanover after the war.