Survivor's Odyssey by Richard Wiener
. . . from oppression to reconciliation

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[Wiener] offers us a gift with his story and lessons learned, but leaves us hungry for more depth and detail about the people he met and the enlightenment he experienced …
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This book transports the reader to the very beginnings of the Nazi regime, as seen through the eyes of a young boy -- the only Jew in a school of Hitler Youths in a small medieval German town. It is his life journey -- his traumatic experience of Kristallnacht . . . the destruction of his home . . . separation from his parents . . . exile . . . post-war reconciliation with his ex-classmates . . . forgiveness . . . and ultimate grant of honorary citizenship -- that provides the reader with a rich, inspiring you-are-there experience seldom encountered in the Holocaust canon.
 

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Published May 29, 2013 by Xlibris. 276 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help. Non-fiction
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on Aug 05 2013

[Wiener] offers us a gift with his story and lessons learned, but leaves us hungry for more depth and detail about the people he met and the enlightenment he experienced …

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