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Based on a two-year research study exploring the coping strategies of women from Auschwitz, this book is a powerful, poignant examination of sixteen women's triumphant struggles to survive. Bearing witness to atrocities of genocide during the darkest moment in history, female survivors teach us the importance of emotional bonding and affiliation in their own personal survival, suggesting that love and human connection was the dominant force in their resilency. Dr. Miller gives a new voice to the female experience during this atrocious time and brings us into the hearts and minds of Nina, Lily, Kate, Cecila and many more.