Because I Survived: An Autobiography
The author reflects on major aspects of his life's journey -- the concept of God, the role of perpetrators and bystanders in the Holocaust, the continuity of the Jewish people, and the impact of the scientific revolution -- seeking to inspire others to remember the past with a commitment to the future.
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Transitions from 1929 to 1933
The Trip to America
In the Service of My Country
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