A Compelling True Story of a Young Hungarian Born American Boy’s Three Year Concealment from the Gestapo by French Supporters

A fascinating, haunting account of the life-death experience of a six year old boy caught up in World War II Paris. Guy Geller relates his efforts to cope with his impossible situation with both pathos and humor recounting events indelibly impressed in his young mind. This is an important addition to the literary history of Jewish life in Europe during the war.” These are the words of Carl Lazenby, Author, publisher and radio personality.

Guy Geller is an award winning columnist and photographer, a frequent guest lecturer ranging from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon to the Heritage Festival in Columbus Mississippi. He has been guest author four times at the United States Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. as well as that of the Mississippi Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge.

His weekly column “Armchair Ponderings” in the Magnolia Gazette as well as travel columns recounting recent trips to his early homes in Hungary and France have also scored frequently among entries of the Mississippi Press Association annual Better Newspaper Contests.

Geller tried retirement for six years but found that he needed more of a challenge to his life. He has served and continues to serve as Administrator, CEO of Beacham Memorial Hospital for the last six years; in his adopted hometown of Magnolia, Mississippi.

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