The True Stories of a Holocaust Survivor who Survived Six Years in the Concentration Camps. Golda Sandman was born in the small city of Strachovitsa in south Poland. At the beginning of World War II she was a girl age eighteen. After the occupation by the Germans she was sent from the ghetto to a work camp in the city. Later she was sent to Auschwitz Birkenau and from there to Bergen-Belzen. She spent totally six years in concentration camps. After the war ended she went to Sweden, and from there immigrated to the Land of Israel in illegal immigrants’ ship. After hard years of absorption she established a family. Golda’s Stories has a plot which sounds unbelievable. She decided not to surrender to evil and survived under the harshest terms. She dealt with illegal commerce and smuggling, endangered her life many times to save people, and acted intuitively opposite death many times. Her physical and mental sufferings were unprecedented. She survived the death camps barely alive and gained her health again. She triumphed to bestow her memoirs to the next generations, in memory of the heroism of the Jews that perished in the holocaust. The book defines new borders of humanity, femininity and heroism, which reach in it heights that were considered impossible up to here. Although it’s a personal memory, the book can serve as an accurate, comprehensive presentation of the whole era, because the stories extend from the 1930th to the 1950th. The son of Golda, Avinoam, recorded her memoirs in 1978, during several months in which she told him every day one story or two. Although very plain, the stories were incomprehensible in their intensity. Over the years he tried strenuously to reach a perspective which will enable him to edit and publish them. Avinoam described his spiritual journey in his book: The Little Prince Lands. Golda’s Stories is written as his mother told, in first body. From reading the book, it seems at times that the flow of the stories is easy. A mother tells her child some stories. The content cancels the easy impression. This is just as in fairy tales, where the naпve style is confronted with the amazing plot and we are forced to think of a meaning above and behind the simple story. Some chapters are available for reading in the Internet.