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A startling good read. This first person account of Isidore attempting to steer his way through the horrors of Nazi occupied Europe immediately draws you in and won't let you leave until the last page is turned. I have immense admiration for the strength of his spirit. I have since visited Bautzen and viewed the Tripping Stones" previously inlaid in the street during a commemoration ceremony honoring Isidore and his family. I was there to witness and photograph a similar ceremony for my father-in-law who was was forced to flee to Switzerland and eventually the U.S. where he joined the Army.
LIFE AND DEATH IN RIGA GHETTO
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