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Loss, Liberty & Love

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It wasn't until he returned to Essen's main synagogue, rebuilt after the war, that the tears, the one's he spent a lifetime trying to hide, finally began to stream down his cheeks. Cahn and his parents were taken to Auschwitz concentration camp where he labored for three years and saw hundreds of his fellow inmates tortured and killed. With humor and a matter of fact attitude rather than bitterness, Cahn recalls his unlikely survival, the slaughter of friends and family, and eventual freedom. Cahn wants to help others understand what happened in hopes of preventing a recurrence. Reluctantly, Cahn also reveals a more painful experience than the Nazis inflicted on him - the helplessness he felt when Parkinson's ravaged his wife's body and mind.
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  • By horst cahn
    Nov 19, 2010
    This book is a vivid story about how jewish people in the time after hitler took over suffered and were killed by the million by the nazis. It is heartbreaking to see and feel their pain. His 3 years in Auschwitz says enough.
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Product Details

Edition
Second Edition
Publisher
Eric Cahn
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
229
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.49 MB

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