A Spirit Unbroken

A Spirit Unbroken

Memoir of A Holocaust Survivor

Book - 2013
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An exciting story of how a 14-year old boy survived incredible odds in several concentrationCamps (including Auschwitz) until he was liberated by the American troops in 1945. His description of the hardships he faced while constantly confronted with daily summary executions are testaments to the will to survive. He arrived in America literally penny less and without speaking the language.It was his uncle who encouraged him to go to school. Three years after arrival in Los Angeles hewas accepted at UCLA (University of California at Los Angeles).He enlisted in the Army during the Korean War. Under the GI Bill he went to dental school and graduated in 1960. He married his college sweetheart and have now been married for 57 years.
Publisher: North Charleston, S.C. : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, c2013.
ISBN: 9781466263338
Branch Call Number: B STEVENSO
Characteristics: 686 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.


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