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Publisher: Feldheim Publishers
Pages in printed book: 229
ISBN of printed book: 8-87306-279-5
Price of printed book: $12.99
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The brutalities of World War II swept through the Jewish communities of Poland, leaving a legacy of death and destruction in their wake. Yudel and Esther Glick met their death willingly, as Heaven's martyrs, but their twin children, Chaim and Brachah, survive.
In all the chaos and confusion of the war, however, they are separated. Yet even great stretches of time and space cannot sever the bonds of the spirit which unite them in their strange journeys. With heartwarming courage and faith, they travel across a landscape of death and destruction and eventually find shelter and hope in the Land of Israel.
Benzion Firer, born in Poland in 1914 to a rabbinical family of long standing, received his ordination from three rabbinic seminaries. After World War II, he worked tirelessly to help Jewish refugees reach Israel. Since 1948, he and his family have lived in Moshav Nir Galim in Israel, where he serves as rabbi, scholar, teacher and lecturer. Rabbi Firer has also written a series of novels which depict with clarity and sensitivity the complex events of the last fifty years of Jewish history.