Sol's Story A Triumph of the Human Spirit
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Sol's Story A Triumph of the Human Spirit

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Holocaust survivor, Sol Rosenberg, relates his inspiring story through his good friend Richard Chardkoff. From his stable family life in Warsaw to the atrocities of the Third Reich, Sol is transfered from camp to camp. This is his testament of survival and triumph.
Hardcover, 244 pages
Published June 1st 2002 by University of Louisiana at Monroe
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Scott Frick
I knew Sol Rosenberg. For what he had been through, he was always very jovial each time I saw him. Our community suffered a great loss when he and his wife passed. I also know the author. Dr. Chardkoff did a fantastic job of writing this story. It is a great story of survival and success. Dr. Chardkoff keeps you engaged while reading about what Sol suffered at the hands of the Nazis and how he survived against the odds. Well written Dr. Chardkoff. R.I.P. Sol
Betty
This is the story of Sol Rosenberg's survival of the Holocaust. He visited my Temple several years ago and told his story. He was a remarkable man and so happy and full of life. During the Holocaust he was determined to survive. His story is heartbreaking -- all the horrors he endured. But his spirit could not be broken.
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