"Many people reading about the Holocaust are unaware that the Holocaust was the end of a thousand years of Jewish history in Poland. To them it begins in 1939 and ends with 1945.Your book is exceptional... It was of great interest to me."
Leon W. Wells, author of Janowska Road.
"This book is a unique resource not only for those exploring Jewish heritage, but for anyone who seeks to understand the overall history of Europe."
Irene E. McDermott
Librarian, Crowell Public Library, San Marino, California
Author of The Internet Book of Life
"Reading it is a reminder of the riches Hitler attempted to destroy. It is good to be able to recapture some of these riches, and proof that through books like this, the Jewish heritage of gifted writers will stay alive."
Ruth Gruber, author Raquela, Haven, and Pulitzer Prize nominated Inside My Time: My Journey from Alaska to Israel.
About the Author
In 1957, with their four-year old son, Hava and her husband, Ephraim, moved to the United States as graduate students, where she earned a Master's degree in Library Science and Ephraim a Ph.D. in chemistry. Thereafter, she worked in supervisory positions in public libraries and then served for twenty-seven years as the director of the Jewish Community Library of Los Angeles. She received the Ezra Award from the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles for her significant contribution to Jewish education in the community.