On one of the autumn
days of 1942, a Jew living in Josefov, a tiny town in northern Poland,
knocked on his non-Jewish neighbor's door.
"I know that the Germans
are about to carry out an operation in the next few hours and that we
will be sent to a camp. I am giving you a book which is very important
to the Jews, and asking you to keep it until I return," he told the