REFLECTION by Michael Zilbering
A short autobiographic essay and a collection of published articles of a contemporary political, economic, and social outlook

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The book Reflection contains a short memoir about the forceful containment of a young Jewish boy in Nazi concentration camps from during the Second World War.
He is one of millions who went through the burning hell of concentration camps where for the first time he really met up with human grief, put-down, cruelty and fight for survival every day, hour and minute of life.
The lesson of Holocaust about the nature of human evil, the need for vigilance and the importance of individual responsibility – are needed now more than ever.
We live in dangerous times when echoes of our past resonate everywhere. We are again in the world of war, in a world where madmen threaten America and Jews.
The latter part of the book is a collection of published articles of contemporary political, economical, and social outlook. These writings are relevant in the present just like they were in the past.
 

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Published March 14, 2011 by Xlibris. 148 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History. Non-fiction

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