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EVACUATION TO CENTRAL ASIA By BARBARA MICHAEL
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This is a different World War II perspective. People fled deep into the Soviet Union and into the Central Asian Republics of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan to avoid... More > the terror of the invading German Army. This book codifies historical facts and testimonies of many Jews and other refugees who managed to survive the war. It includes six original testimonies of survivors who as children experienced the trauma of upheaval of their lives, loss of family members and starvation.< Less
Evacuation to Central Asia By Barbara Michael
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This is a different World War II perspective. People fled deep into the Soviet Union and into the Central Asian Republics of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan to avoid... More > the terror of the invading German Army. This book codifies historical facts and testimonies of many Jews and other refugees who managed to survive the war. It includes six original testimonies of survivors who as children experienced the trauma of upheaval of their lives, loss of family members and starvation.< Less
2012 VDare.com Anthology By Peter Brimelow
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2012 Anthology Featuring Romney's White Share Fell Short Of 2010, So He Lost, by Peter Brimelow John Derbyshire On Fathers, Daughters—And Uncle Reality: What The Next Generation... More > Doesn’t Know Might Hurt It, by John Derbyshire “Hate Crimes”: Washington’s War Against White Working Class Dissent, by Nicholas Stix …and much more, including VDARE.com blogs, on topics like: Opposition to Obama/ Rubio Amnesty; Israel and Immigration; Immigrant Mass Murder Syndrome; American Worker Displacement; etc. etc.!< Less
Sketches of a Life By Enrique (Eitan) Kuperman
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Pinceladas de un Vivir, “Sketches of a Life,” is an anthology of brief stories written by Eitan Kuperman. The son of Russian Jewish immigrants, he was born in Santiago, Chile in the... More > middle of the Second World War. In the first chapter, “Growing up Jewish in Chile,” Eitan describes his family’s transplant from the old world of Eastern Europe to a new reality in South America. Following chapters describe a return to his family roots. In “Kibbutz,” he tells about his experience in the country of his ancestors. Eitan also writes about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Anti-Semitism and despotism in the military dictatorship of Argentina, and his wife’s odyssey saving souls in Cuba. “The Illegal” describes an encounter with illegal immigration when he moved from Central America to the U.S.A. in search of new professional horizons for his family. His life experiences show us a world in which Judaism is in harmony with social justice and tensions find refuge in the spirituality of the human being.< Less
How Our Family Escaped By Greta & Ron Reisman
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This book contains true stories of how our family became endangered refugees in German-dominated Europe. Some escaped legally to the States. A few others ‘illegally immigrated’ into... More > Mandatory Palestine. Many survived in Hungary until late 1944, and hoped to travel to Palestine. Instead, most were murdered in Nazi extermination camps in Poland. These stories are illustrated with annotated archival material collected by Greta (nee Schwartz) Reisman, including photographs, government-issued identification and travel documents, hand-written notes, newspaper clippings, and Greta's autobiographical essays.< Less
My Paperback Book By Greta & Ron Reisman
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This book contains true stories and documentation of how our family became endangered refugees in WWII Europe. Some family-members escaped legally to the States. A few others ‘illegally... More > immigrated’ into Mandatory Palestine. Many survived in Hungary until late 1944, and hoped to travel to Palestine. Instead, most were murdered in Nazi extermination camps in Poland. These stories are illustrated with annotated archival material collected by Greta (nee Schwartz) Reisman including photographs, government-issued identification and travel documents, hand-written notes, newspaper clippings, and Greta's autobiographical essays. The Schwarz children were separated from their parents for over a year, and escaped to the States in late May, 1940.< Less
How Our Family Escaped By Great & Ron Reisman
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This book contains true stories and documentation of how our family became endangered refugees in WWII Europe. Some family-members escaped legally to the States. A few others ‘illegally... More > immigrated’ into Mandatory Palestine. Many survived in Hungary until late 1944, and hoped to travel to Palestine. Instead, most were murdered in Nazi extermination camps in Poland. These stories are illustrated with annotated archival material collected by Greta (nee Schwartz) Reisman including photographs, government-issued identification and travel documents, hand-written notes, newspaper clippings, and Greta's autobiographical essays about her parent’s 1939 emigration and the children’s separation in Europe for over a year, finally escaping to the States in 1940.< Less
How Our Family Escaped By Greta & Ron Reisman
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This book contains true stories and documentation of how our family became endangered refugees in WWII Europe. Some family-members escaped legally to the States. A few others ‘illegally... More > immigrated’ into Mandatory Palestine. Many survived in Hungary until late 1944, and hoped to travel to Palestine. Instead, most were murdered in Nazi extermination camps in Poland. These stories are illustrated with annotated archival material collected by Greta (nee Schwartz) Reisman including photographs, government-issued identification and travel documents, hand-written notes, newspaper clippings, and Greta's autobiographical essays. Greta & and her siblings were separated from their parents for over a year and escaped to the States in late May, 1940.< Less

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