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The Holocaust Boxcar - Germany Gone Wrong By Joachim Reppmann, Friedhelm Caspari
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“You must know everything that happened then. And why it happened.” This is the appeal made by the Auschwitz survivor Esther Bejarano to the present and future generations. In doing this,... More > she issues a mandate not only to Germans, but to all the nations, to go beyond remembering and memorializing the millions of victims of National Socialist tyranny by understanding its historical context. On May 8, 1985, Richard von Weizsäcker said as a former president of the Federal Republic, “It is not a matter of overcoming the past. That simply cannot be done. It is not possible to make it ‘undone.’ But anyone who closes his eyes to the past becomes blind to the present. Anyone who does not remember that inhumanity exists, becomes susceptible to new dangers of infection.”< Less
To No Man's Glory: A Child's Journey from Holocaust to Healing- A Memoir By Vincent (Arturs) Benson (Lejnicks), Victoria Harnish Benson
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Moments before the slaughter of orphans in Riga, a young Jewish woman snatches a half-Gentile boy and flees into the forests of Nazi-occupied Latvia where they spend four years dodging captivity. His... More > faith in God and natural optimism carry him through the resulting trauma, but he must overcome his anger and shame when he is sent to America as an adolescent. Much more than a war story, "To No Man's Glory," is the story of desperation of a child who sacrifices his childhood to the terrors of surviving inhuman conditions. It is the faith and hope that dominates the human spirit if we will let it. It is a story that could take place in any time period; in any war…it just happens to take place during World War II, during the Holocaust. But it is mostly the story of a little boy who develops the strength to live under conditions that kill millions of others less fortunate.< Less
To No Man's Glory: A Child's Journey from Holocaust to Healing: A Memoir By Vincent (Arturs Lejnieks) Benson, Victoria Harnish Benson
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Moments before the slaughter of orphans in Riga, a young Jewish woman snatches a half-Gentile boy and flees into the forests of Nazi-occupied Latvia where they spend four years dodging captivity. His... More > faith in God and natural optimism carry him through the resulting trauma, but he must overcome his anger and shame when he is sent to America as an adolescent. Much more than a war story, "To No Man's Glory," is the story of desperation of a child who sacrifices his childhood to the terrors of surviving inhuman conditions. It is the faith and hope that dominates the human spirit if we will let it. It is a story that could take place in any time period; in any war…it just happens to take place during World War II, during the Holocaust. But it is mostly the story of a little boy who develops the strength to live under conditions that kill millions of others less fortunate.< Less
To No Man's Glory: A Child's Journey from Holocaust to Healing: A Memoir By Vincent (Arturs Lejnieks) Benson, Victoria Harnish Benson
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Moments before the slaughter of orphans in Riga, a young Jewish woman snatches a half-Gentile boy and flees into the forests of Nazi-occupied Latvia where they spend four years dodging captivity. His... More > faith in God and natural optimism carry him through the resulting trauma, but he must overcome his anger and shame when he is sent to America as an adolescent. Much more than a war story, "To No Man's Glory," is the story of desperation of a child who sacrifices his childhood to the terrors of surviving inhuman conditions. It is the faith and hope that dominates the human spirit if we will let it. It is a story that could take place in any time period; in any war…it just happens to take place during World War II, during the Holocaust. But it is mostly the story of a little boy who develops the strength to live under conditions that kill millions of others less fortunate.< Less
To No Man's Glory: A Child's Journey from Holocaust to Healing: A Memoir By Vincent (Arturs Lejnieks) Benson, Victoria Harnish Benson
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Moments before the slaughter of orphans in Riga, a young Jewish woman snatches a half-Gentile boy and flees into the forests of Nazi-occupied Latvia where they spend four years dodging captivity. His... More > faith in God and natural optimism carry him through the resulting trauma, but he must overcome his anger and shame when he is sent to America as an adolescent. Much more than a war story, "To No Man's Glory," is the story of desperation of a child who sacrifices his childhood to the terrors of surviving inhuman conditions. It is the faith and hope that dominates the human spirit if we will let it. It is a story that could take place in any time period; in any war…it just happens to take place during World War II, during the Holocaust. But it is mostly the story of a little boy who develops the strength to live under conditions that kill millions of others less fortunate.< Less
Streaming Light By Chaya Rosen
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A few people took the time to write about this amazing journey as you will see through the Preface, Foreword and ‘About the Book’ writing, as well as, the back cover of this masterpiece.... More > As you read exquisite and meaningful words, you will see why. Chaya has a magical spirituality to her writing of poetry and brings forth her penmanship in a unique and brilliant way. She finds her way from her birth during the Holocaust and takes us on a journey through her coming through life and “Light.” As you turn the pages carefully, inner most feelings held inside are brought to the surface, for this is where Rosen has been and the journey she has taken.< Less
The Path to Zion By Louise Prister
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The path to Zion is the story of a Jewish family and their struggles to survive in the worst environment imaginable. This is the story of a family’s terrible ordeal, a story filled with... More > hardship, famine, starvation and death. I found the book to be horribly fascinating and read it through in one setting. The author brings the reader just a small glimpse of the extent of the misery people of Jewish faith have had to endure over the years. I highly recommend it to anyone wishing to learn first hand the true meaning of horror and despair and how people can overcome almost anything if they have the will to persevere.< Less
The Path to Zion By Louise Prister
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The path to Zion is the story of a Jewish family and their struggles to survive in the worst environment imaginable. This is the story of a family’s terrible ordeal, a story filled with... More > hardship, famine, starvation and death. I found the book to be horribly fascinating and read it through in one setting. The author brings the reader just a small glimpse of the extent of the misery people of Jewish faith have had to endure over the years. I highly recommend it to anyone wishing to learn first hand the true meaning of horror and despair and how people can overcome almost anything if they have the will to persevere.< Less
Remember My Child Who You Are By Israel Milkow
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Hope overcomes tragedy in this true story of a young boy, orphaned and brutalized by a war he cannot understand. He never gives up and never forgets who he is. Although over seventy years have passed... More > since the start of the war, the memories shared are vivid. We see the war through the eyes of a child, but with an adult perspective. Meticulously researched by his wife of almost fifty years, with many pages of pictures, maps, letters and supporting documents, this memoir will hold you attention long after you have finished reading. Isreal Milkow will never forget who he is. And neither will you.< Less
Remember My Child Who You Are By Israel Milkow
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Hope overcomes tragedy in this true story of a young boy, orphaned and brutalized by a war he cannot understand. He never gives up and never forgets who he is. Although over seventy years have passed... More > since the start of the war, the memories shared are vivid. We see the war through the eyes of a child, but with an adult perspective. Meticulously researched by his wife of almost fifty years, with many pages of pictures, maps, letters and supporting documents, this memoir will hold you attention long after you have finished reading. Isreal Milkow will never forget who he is. And neither will you.< Less