Bits and pieces: a memoir
Azrieli Foundation, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 89 pages
The Azrieli Series of Holocaust Survivor Memoirs are published by the Azrieli Foundation through a unique, non-profit program established in 2005 to preserve and share the written memoirs of those who survived the 20th-century Nazi genocide of the Jews of Europe and later made their way to Canada. York University's Centre for Jewish Studies provided the program with scholarly assistance and guidance for the publication of the memoirs. Intended for a broad audience, the series allows readers to bear witness to the experiences of European Jews through the eyes of fellow Canadians.
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