Out of the fury: the incredible odyssey of Eliezer Urbach
In this amazing biography, one of America's most remarkable spiritual leaders recounts the adventures which took him from Poland to peace. The Jewish struggle of three generations is summarized in this one man and his marvelous pilgrimage from Poland, to Russia, Israel, Brazil, Canada, and America. Every page reflects the meticulous attention to detail of author, Edith S. Weigand. Weigand's lifetime of working with words adds a nearly poetic tone. Illustrations from a priceless collection of photographs rip away the years to take the reader back in time to the people and places that have vanished.
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