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Be happy, be free, dance! : Holocaust survivor's message to his grandchildren / Richard Weilheimer ; edited by Claire Gorfinkel.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.G5 W396 2005

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    "A child survivor of the Holocaust, Richard Weilheimer describes life in pre-WW II Germany, the rise of Nazism, and his family's deportation to the misery of Camp de Gurs in Vichy-controlled France. Rescued by the Quakers, Richard established himself in the United States. Forty years later he challenges his grandchildren to live fully and resist intolerance"--Provided by publisher.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Weilheimer, Richard, 1931-
    Published
    Pasadena, Calif. : Intentional Productions, 2005
    Locale
    Germany
    France
    Contents
    The rise of Nazism
    My family and early childhood
    Kristallnacht and the start of World War II
    Deportation to Camp de Gurs
    La maison des pupilles
    Path to freedom
    A new life
    After high school and into another war
    Settling down
    In touch with the past.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Gorfinkel, Claire.
    Notes
    The rise of Nazism -- My family and early childhood -- Kristallnacht and the start of World War II -- Deportation to Camp de Gurs -- La maison des pupilles -- Path to freedom -- A new life -- After high school and into another war -- Settling down -- In touch with the past.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0964804271
    Physical Description
    vii,179 p. ; 20 cm.

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    2008-08-14 14:13:00
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