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Uncommon Friendship From Opposite Sides of the Holocaust

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ISBN-10: 0520261313

ISBN-13: 9780520261310

Edition: 2nd 2010

Authors: Bernat Rosner, Frederic C. Tubach, Sally Patterson Tubach

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In 1944, 13-year-old Fritz Tubach was almost old enough to join the Hitler Youth in his German village of Kleinheubach. That same year in Tab, Hungary, 12-year-old Bernie Rosner was loaded onto a train with the rest of the village's Jewish inhabitants and taken to Auschwitz, where his whole family was murdered. Many years later, after enjoying successful lives in California, they met, became friends, and decided to share their intimate story--that of two boys trapped in evil and destructive times, who became men with the freedom to construct their own future, with each other and the world. In a new epilogue, the authors share how the publication of the book changed their lives and the lives…    
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Book details

List price: $18.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: University of California Press
Publication date: 1/12/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 328
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Bernat Rosneris retired General Counsel of the Safeway Corporation in Oakland, California.Frederic C. Tubachis Professor Emeritus of German at the University of California, Berkeley.Sally Patterson Tubachis the author ofMemoirs of a Terrorist.

Frederic C. Tubachis Professor Emeritus of German at the University of California, Berkeley, and the coauthor ofAn Uncommon Friendship: From Opposite Sides of the Holocaust.

Foreword
Acknowledgments
The Return of the Past
Two European Villages
The Loss of Innocence
The Maelstrom: To Auschwitz and Beyond
Roads West
Careers: An American Story
Germany: Fifty Years Later
Coda
Epilogue
Notes