"This memoir is a tribute to Philip "Flip" Slier and to the family and friends who determined that his life should not go unrecorded.
Removed first to Westerbork camp and finally to Sobibor where he died, Slier was one of many but perhaps unusual in that he was so articulate. Meticulously researched and illustrated, this book is a tribute to one family and earns its place in the many histories of Nazi occupation, in Holland and elsewhere. The acknowledgements are almost as affecting as the text."
- Anita Brookner
Author, Hotel du Lac & Leaving Home