I Remember!-Do You?: Learning+Working+Loving Caring Equals Living

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Author House, Mar 2, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 200 pages
PLEASED to meet YOU! I am the Hungarian Yankee from Chicago who wrote this book. I learned the English language from the British Broadcasting Corporation while listening to short waive radio on the Russian Front in World War II. I loved it. I mean the language not the war. This book started with Grandmother at my birth and will end 90 some years later when Saint Peter, our gatekeeper calls me. This book documents that for almost ninety years I was not just alive, but also loving the people who made it worth living. This book is neither a fiction,-it is real life, -nor is it a documentary not being chronological. It is rather an interactive Chit-chat between the author and the reader. The main characters are often funny and occasionally dramatic, always proving that the fruit of learning and working during the day, loving and hugging during the night will be HONEY.

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Born in Hungary during the Roaring ‘20s, from his earliest memories Julian Gyula Andorka has always loved women. Enduring war and totalitarianism, though it all the author found women to adore, as documented in My Tributes to Women: An Autobiography of a Twentieth Century Man, a lively and amusing memoir. After serving as a soldier during World War II, the Iron Curtain descended, and he escaped through barbed-wire fences and mine fields. Julian married in Canada and moved to the United States in 1960, but he never forgot the women who sprinkled his years in the Soviet Union and adorned his travels through Europe. From dancing the foxtrot cheek-to-cheek in the 1930s to the passing of his first wife and the new love of his second, this author’s zest and optimism sparkles from the pages of My Tributes to Women. JULIAN GYULA ANDORKA holds a Ph.D. in economics from Queen Elizabeth University in Hungary, and did post-graduate work in marketing at Stanford University in California. A former marketing research director at Morton Salt International, at John INglis Co., Ltd., and at Foote, Cone & Belding. Dr. Andorka became Professor Emeritus of Marketing at DePaul University in Chicago. He currently resides in Florida.

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