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I Was a Boy in Belsen
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Tomi Reichental was born in 1935 in Slovakia. He was sent to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1944. Tomi has lived in Dublin since 1959 and regularly talks to Irish schools about his wartime experiences. Tallaght-born Nicola Pierce is a writer, living in Belfast.

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Tomi Reichental was born in 1935 in Slovakia. He was sent to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1944. Tomi has lived in Dublin since 1959 and regularly talks to Irish schools about his wartime experiences. A documentary about Tomi's attempts to meet one of his jailers, Close to Evil, has been shown on TV and in cinemas throughout the world, and helped again to raise the profile of the Holocaust. Tallaght-born Nicola Pierce is a writer, living in Drogheda.

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Reichenthal's extraordinary story has been well told in [I Was A Boy in Belsen]

-- Irish Times, Irishman's Diary

interesting and inspiring

-- Pat Kenny show RTE Radio 1

A disturbing tale of survival

-- Sunday Business Post

a very likeable book

-- Books Ireland

Books like this need to be read

-- Evening Herald

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