136 pages printed book, bound with paper and staples. There is a dustjacket over the cover, beige with the title printed in black block text at the top and green hand-written text throughout the front and back cover; there is a red horizontal line printed about 3/4 down and going 3/4 across the front cover. The cover of the book is plain beige, with a red stamp on the bottom left corner (see inscriptions). The interior pages are beige with black text, photographs and photo-copied documents. Narrative: These memoirs describe the persecution of the Jewish people during World War II. The diary was written in school notebooks between March 1940 and June 1942. They show how Dawida's childhood was interrupted by the German occupation and the increasing persecution they faced. His notebooks were found after the war and have been published in many languages – the Polish edition was published in 1960 and 1987.