Anne Frank Remembered

Anne Frank Remembered

The Story of the Woman Who Helped to Hide the Frank Family by Miep Gies “From her own remarkable childhood as a World War I…

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Junction Shul

Junction Shul

One Hundred Years at the Junction Shul by Lorne S. Miller & Neil Ross A fascinating and well-written account of Toronto Jewish history, focusing on…

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Wendy Lands Sings the Music of The Pianist

Wendy Lands Sings the Music of The Pianist

by Wladyslaw Szpilman The listener may be surprised to learn that the interpreter of Chopin, and survivor of the Holocaust, went on to compose lighthearted,…

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Szpilman

Szpilman

The Original Recordings of The Pianist by Wladyslaw Szpilman Perhaps one of the best pianists of the century plays the music that saved his life….

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Szpilman The Pianist

Szpilman The Pianist

by Wladyslaw Szpilman Szpilman is the celebrated composer and pianist, whose remarkable memoirs about surviving life in the Warsaw ghetto in Nazi-occupied Poland are the…

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I'm Not Going Back

I’m Not Going Back

Wartime Memoir of a Child Evacuee by Kitty Wintrob Kitty Wintrob, who was our featured speaker on May 10, recounts, in this book, her experiences…

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The Crosses of Auschwitz

The Crosses of Auschwitz

Nationalism and Religion in Post-Communist Poland by Geneviève Zubrzycki This book tells the story of the “memory war” that began when a Catholic activist illegally…

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Witness

Witness

One of the Great Correspondents of the Twentieth Century Tells Her Story At 103, Ruth Gruber, who lives in New York City, stands as a…

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Turbulent Souls

Turbulent Souls

A Catholic Son’s Return to His Jewish family by Stephen J. Dubner Probably best known as the co-author of Freakonomics, Stephen Dubner’s personal story was…

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