With a Foreword by Simone Korkus
In cooperation with Richard Bloom Productions and Simone Korkus
Escape from Transport XX…Born 6 Months Later
Today 76 years ago – on the night of the 19th of April in 1943 – Viviane escaped in the womb of her pregnant mother from the Twentieth Train heading for Auschwitz.
Isabella Weinreb-Castegnier was three-months pregnant when she jumped that night in Belgium from the fast moving 20th Death Train to Auschwitz.
It was Passover eve and full moon , just like today.
Isabella escaped with a broken wrist and bruises all over her body, but no other major injuries.
Her daughter Viviane – meaning “full of life”, and named so for her will to live and hold tight in her mother’s womb – was born six months later on October 30, 1943 in Brussels, Belgium.
This e-booklet presents Viviane’s story with amazing new insights discovered together with the Dutch-Belgian author-reporter Simone Korkus of the man that helped Isabella jump to freedom – Elias Gnazik.
Published today April 19, 2019 by Miracles.Media (miracles.media) together with co-publisher Richard Bloom Productions.
With a foreword by Simone Korkus.
Viviane Yarom-Castegnier & Michel van der Burg
April 19, 2019
e-Book (ePub) ISBN 9789493147003
A reprint (with minor additions) and a revised 2nd edition (also with distribution via Apple Books) will follow hopefully before the end of 2019.
As of today (April 19, 2019) you can download the ebook for free from this site (miracles.media) . Come back once in a while to check for any updates.
This e-book contains several video’s and is designed specifically for Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, Mac – size is 200 MB
Downloading instructions : The epub file is packed in a zipped (compressed) folder named 20190419_9789493147003 The file can be downloaded by clicking the picture below. After downloading the folder , you need to unzip the folder first , and next take the epub book file ‘Viviane’s Story.epub’ from the folder. NOTE :opening the zip file is no problem by clicking the file on iPhone or iPad with iOS/iPadOS 13.2 and newer. Alternatively use a Mac , or PC desktop computer to open the zip file.