A Match Made In Hell: The Jewish Boy and the Polish Outlaw Who Defied the Nazis by Larry Stillman

A Match Made In Hell: The Jewish Boy and the Polish Outlaw Who Defied the Nazis

byLarry StillmanContribution byMorris Goldner

Paperback | July 28, 2005

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A Match Made in Hell is the award-winning memoir of shy Jewish teenager Moniek (Morris) Goldner joining forces with hardened Polish criminal Jan Kopec to survive in Nazi-occupied Poland. First trained as Kopek’s accomplice in robberies and black market activities, the orphaned Goldner eventually becomes an accomplished saboteur of the Nazi war effort for local partisan groups. Through it all, Goldner and Kopec forge a remarkable friendship and co-dependency born of need and desperation in a hellish time and place.

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Larry Stillman is a writer living in Lake Forest, Illinois. Morris Goldner lives in Chicago and is retired from the garment trade.
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Title:A Match Made In Hell: The Jewish Boy and the Polish Outlaw Who Defied the NazisFormat:PaperbackDimensions:258 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.6 inPublished:July 28, 2005Publisher:University Of Wisconsin PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0299193942

ISBN - 13:9780299193942

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“This book is an exceptional memoir of the Holocaust: it chronicles the personal and symbiotic relationship between a Christian and a Jew in an era of unfathomable hatred.”—Foreword