“So many memories I would like to forget. But they are vividly etched in my mind, and impossible to erase. My name is Cecylia Ziobro; the only child born to my parents. I am a Polish American who survived my early childhood years in the Nazi slave labor camps of World War II.”
During World War II, a young Polish American girl named Cecylia was imprisoned in a Nazi labor camp. After more than sixty years, with the sincere encouragement from her friends and family, she has decided to share her extraordinary story. In surprising detail, Cecylia recounts the daily struggle, physical and mental anguish, humiliation, fear and yes, even humor of her otherwise bleak life in the camps.
Hers is a story that centers around a little-known aspect of the war, and it is told here from a fresh perspective, that of a young girl facing unimaginable horror—and unexpected hope—as a prisoner in a Nazi labor camp.