Schindler's Listed: The Search for My Father's Lost Gold (Holocaust: History and Literature, Ethics and Philosophy)


Free Shipping Included! Schindler's Listed: The Search for My Father's Lost Gold (Holocaust: History and Literature, Ethics and Philosophy) by Academic Studies Press at SADC Network. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This is the extraordinary story of the author’s twenty year quest to find gold coins which his father’s family buried in their backyard in Poland just prior to being deported by the Nazis into concentration camps. His father survived the war but died when the author was a teenager, leaving him only with the knowledge that he had buried coins somewhere in Poland, and no information about his family. During his quest, Biederman uncovers many interesting and disturbing facts about his father an


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This is the extraordinary story of the author’s twenty year quest to find gold coins which his father’s family buried in their backyard in Poland just prior to being deported by the Nazis into concentration camps. His father survived the war but died when the author was a teenager, leaving him only with the knowledge that he had buried coins somewhere in Poland, and no information about his family. During his quest, Biederman uncovers many interesting and disturbing facts about his father and mother and their families, such as the fact that his father was the third person on Oskar Schindler’s list and had a chance meeting with Adolph Hitler, and that his mother was selected as a cook for the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele. The book details the author’s quest to unearth his family’s past and hist father’s treasure and continues with his parent’s amazing post-war years in Europe and their eventual arrival in North America.

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Manufacturer:
Academic Studies Press
Category:
Survival
Release Date:
2019-05-10
EAN:
9781644690086
ISBN:
164469008X
Author:
Mark Biederman
Publisher:
Academic Studies Press
Creator:
Randi Biederman
Publication Date:
2019-05-10
Binding:
Hardcover
Item Weight:
0.97 pounds
Item Size:
0.5 x 9.21 x 6.14 inches
Package Weight:
0.97 pounds
Package Size:
6.14 x 0.5 x 9.21 inches

 


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