Wanderer from My Birth
Caesar Aronsfeld was a young man at the start of the Nazi regime and made the heartbreaking decision to escape to England before it was too late. In telling his story, the author also discusses Jewishness and merely being a Jew.
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Childhood in a Village
Growing up in Berlin
Refugee in London
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