Holocaust to healing : closing the circle / Kati Preston
"This is the candid, no-hold-barred autobiography of Kati Preston: Holocaust & cancer survivor, wife, mother, grandmother, mentor, fashion designer, model, journalist, entrepreneur, impresario, friend, cook, public speaker and campaigner against hate of any sort. The book starting at the outset of World War II spans seven decades across seven countries: Hungary (Transylvania), Israel, France, Great Britain, Italy, Portugal & the U.S.A. It is a book that deftly chronicles love, persecution, triumph, adversity, turmoil, peace, affairs, partings, collaborations, betrayals, births and deaths. It is a veritable history lesson told with much humor, insights, incisiveness and empathy. She knew and interacted with many a famous person in multiple countries, in multiple scenarios. Now in her seventies she is an indefatigable and much sought after inspirational speaker to the younger generation – her message always that of love, tolerance, acceptance and inclusiveness given the experiences to the contrary she experienced firsthand."--Anura Gurugé, P.  of cover.
- United States : Kati Preston, 2016
- Edition one; First paperback edition
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