This Memoir Contains Many Fascinating Vignettes About Pre War Childhood In The Lithuanian City Of Kaunas, A Child S Eye View Of The Lost World Of East European Jewry It Tells The Tormented Story Of The Kovno Ghetto As Seen By A Youngster Whose Father Was A Leading Figure In The Medical Life Of The Ghetto The Author Then Recounts The Long, Harsh Journey Of Entering The Gates Of Dante S Inferno Into The Whirlpool Of The Holocaust To Stutthof And Dachau And Moves On To Describe His Liberation The Author Also Provides A Full And Fascinating Focus On The Post War Years Recovery, Organizing Education In Italy, And The Struggles Of Starting A New Life In The United States, Including The High Point Of Obtaining The Release Of The Author S Parents From The Soviet Union At The Height Of The Cold War Jack Brauns Has Written A Most Personal And Engaging Tale Not Only Is It A Powerful Factual Narrative, But It Is Also An Uplifting One That Rises Above The Cruelties And Savageries Of The Holocaust, And Is Full Of Hope.
[ Reading ] ➸ Recollections and Reflections: How I Turned Despair into an Appreciation of Life (Library of Holocaust Testimonies) Author Jack Brauns – Anguillais.us
- 286 pages
- Recollections and Reflections: How I Turned Despair into an Appreciation of Life (Library of Holocaust Testimonies)
- Jack Brauns
- 21 October 2018 Jack Brauns