Between My Father and the Old Fool: A Holocaust Memoir
Mesorah Publications, 01.01.2004 - 274 Seiten
He could save his life and lose his soul. Or he could save his soul and lose his life. This is but one of the many challenges that confronted Maier Cahan, a young man with phenomenal courage and quick wits. And it's just part of his great
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