Ozarow. Memories of an extinct Jewish town - Hillel Adler
One of the few survivors of Ozarow, Hillel Adler, born in 1920, sketches a loving, emotional portrait of life in his native village. He realistically but humorously depicts Jewish life in a Polish shtetl wiped out by the Nazis, breathing life into its people, their customs, their celebrations and the events that marked the passage of time. We can sense the poverty, anti-Semitism, spirituality, political trends and Jewish solidarity.
Through a child’s and teenager’s eyes, he describes his family, friends and neighbors who died in the Holocaust.
Preface to this edition by Renée Adler-Fischler
Preface to the first edition by Roger Cukierman
378 pages / 34 illustrations
Printed book : 25,90 € - Ebook : 7,90 €
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