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When the war ended in 1945 I was stationed in Dachau. Karen Rae Levine's book The Clay Messiah is a tribute to her understanding and insight as to what Hitler's concentration camps were really like. A must read for the younger generations who are a world apart from that World War II era. As William Faulkner so abtly said, "The past is not dead; it is not even past". davi l. israel (author)

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Karen Levine I am humbled and honored by your words. Regrettably, we've never met, but your book, The Day the Thunderbird Cried, was an important resource. Thank you David L. Israel, for your service, and for your commitment to keeping this history alive.
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