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Book Review: ‘A Brief Stop on the Road from Auschwitz’ by Göran Rosenberg

Railroad cars brought the author's father and mother to Auschwitz, but railroad cars also brought them from Auschwitz, eventually to the town where they would try to start fresh and raise a family. His book is a loving, questioning, aching letter from a onetime little boy to the father the Nazis took from him.

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Book Review: ‘Careful Old Letters: A Jewish Family’s Story,’ by Alexandra Weinbaum

Alexandra Weinbaum's book, 'Careful Old Letters: A Jewish Family's Story,' is an evocative tale of personal discovery and Holocaust history, based on a box of old letters sent from the Jewish ghettos of Europe during WWII.

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Concert Review (NYC): ‘Songs for Eternity’ with Ute Lemper – Music from Ghetto and Concentration Camp

For three decades, Italian musician Francesco Lotoro has traveled the world collecting manuscripts of music written in concentration camps and the Jewish ghettoes during World War II by victims and survivors of the Holocaust.

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Good and the True,’ Adapted by Brian Daniels

Brought to visceral, organic life by the exceptional Isobel Pravda and Saul Reichlin we follow Hana Pravda and Milos Dobry through the events of WWII and the Holocaust and are heartened by their goodness and their truth as they mend their lives and recreate themselves anew.

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