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Be Happy, Be Free, Dance! A Holocaust Survivor's Message to His Grandchildren

Richard Weilheimer

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ISBN 10: 0964804271 / ISBN 13: 9780964804272
Editorial: Intentional Productions, 2005
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Título: Be Happy, Be Free, Dance! A Holocaust ...

Editorial: Intentional Productions

Año de publicación: 2005

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:VeryGood

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This memoir of a child survivor of the Holocaust incorporates intimate letters from his parents incarcerated in the French concentration camp at Gurs. Author Richard Weilheimer effectively communicates the communal and cultural richness of his parents' destroyed German Jewish community. Having become fully integrated into his American identity Richard urges everyone - and most particularly his grandchildren - to live fully, to "Be Happy, Be Free, Dance!"

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Born in Ludwigshaven, Germany, in 1931, Richard Weilheimer was seven when he witnessed the arrest of his father along with the destruction of his home and synagogue on Kristallnacht. In 1940, his family was deported to Camp de Gurs in Vichy controlled France, where his mother subsequently died. Richard and his brother were rescued by the Quakers and brought to America where they were raised by relatives. His father was gassed at Sobibor. Richard served in the Korean War, was an executive in the fashion accessory industry. He is married, and has two sons and two grandchildren. Today he uses his experience to educate people about prejudice and genocide.

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