After Auschwitz: One Man's Story
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, May 28, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 290 pages
Gruenwald paints his life story onto the larger canvas of some of the great conflicts and movements of the twentieth century. He offers a vivid portrayal of growing up affluent and Jewish in class-conscious Hungary in the interwar period and of the initial promise and disillusioning reality of Hungarian communism.
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12 STARTING OVER
13 ON MY OWN
14 ADVENTURES IN THE GARMENT TRADE
15 FITTING IN AND BRANCHING OUT
16 THE REAL ESTATE GAME
17 THE BIG TIME
18 TAKING OFF IN ALL DIRECTIONS
19 ALMOST LOSING IT
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