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Hitler is targeting the Jews.
When Jewish families start disappearing in nightly raids, 21-year-old Jacob Kagan knows it's just a matter of time. Jacob flees west with friends and family, seeking shelter in a Dutch refugee camp.
The respite is short-lived. When the Nazis invade the Netherlands, the 'refugee camp' quickly becomes a prison and transport camp.
Transporation means death.
Transportation means Auschwitz.
Jacob must find a way to protect his family and rescue his best friend before it's too late.
Based on true events, Beyond the Tracks tells a compelling story of loyalty and survival.