A Daughter of Two Mothers
A True Story of Separation and Reunion. Loyalty and Love.
A gripping story of separation and reunion, of pure faith and acceptance of G-d's will, and of triumph over despair.
Format: ebook - Adobe epub
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File size: 2,308.14 KB
Publisher: Feldheim Publishers
Pages in printed book: 540
ISBN of printed book: 978-1-58330-932-2
Price of printed book: $28.99
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Written by best-selling author Miriam Cohen, A Daughter of Two Mothers is the incredible, true account of a handicapped widow's forced separation from her infant daughter, the years of longing and searching, the legal battle, and the subsequent destruction brought by the Nazis. Open this book and you will step into the world of a generation gone, of pre- and post-war Hungarian Jewry, as young Leichu moves between two communities and their divergent lifestyles. This is a gripping story of separation and reunion, of pure faith and acceptance of G-d's will, and of triumph over despair.