Eleventh Commandment A Jewish Childhood in Nazi-Occupied France
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Publisher: Albion-Andalus Books
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.41" tall
"THOUGH IT IS MORE THAN sixty years later, the memories of World War II continue to haunt me. However determined I was to erase them from my consciousness through the years, they simply would not fade away. Thus, I resolved to write this memoir in the hope that it would liberate me from the shackles of their continual recollection." With these words, Leo Michel Abrami begins his poignant memoir of childhood in Nazi-occupied France, recounting the numerous dangers faced by his family during these years and his hiding on an isolated farm in Normandy. It is a story seen through a child's eyes, full of beauty and betrayal. It is a story of ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, most More...
LEO MICHEL ABRAMI is a semi-retired rabbi living in Phoenix, Arizona. He teaches at the Jewish Studies Institute, the Arizona Institute of Logotherapy, and the ASU Lifelong Learning Institute of Sun City.
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