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Eli's Story: A Twentieth-Century Jewish Life

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Eli's Story: A Twentieth-Century Jewish Life is first and foremost a biography. Its subject is Eli G. Rochelson, MD (1907-1984), author Meri-Jane Rochelson's father. At its core is Eli's story in his own words, taken from an interview he did with his son, Burt Rochelson, in the mid-1970s. The book tells the story of a man whose life and memory spanned two world wars, several m ...more
Paperback, 342 pages
Published August 6th 2018 by Wayne State University Press
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Sandy
Aug 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Eli's Story is a true labor of love, written by the protagonist's daughter, after many years of painstaking research in the US, Israel and Europe.
An important story of one Holocaust survivor's amazing determination to begin a new life in the U.S. after suffering unimaginable tragedies endured during the Shoah.
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From the author: "Eli’s Story: A Twentieth-Century Jewish Life is first and foremost a biography. Its subject is Eli G. Rochelson, MD (1907–1984), author Meri-Jane Rochelson’s father. At its core is Eli’s story in his own words, taken from an interview he did with his son, Burt Rochelson, in the mid-1970s. The book tells the story of a man whose life and memory spanned two world wars, several migrations, an educational odyssey, the massive upheaval"Eli’s
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