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  • Where Sound the Cries of Race and Clan

    by

    It is 1935 and Psychiatrist Charles Flemming has other concerns on his mind: the unfair nature of Canadian Government immigration regulations for Chinese, Jews and other minorities. He meets a Jewish medical student and by chance meets his older ...


  • Who Would Believe Us?

    A Memoir of a Jewish-American Family and the Holocaust by

    When the Rogaczewsky sisters crossed the Atlantic Ocean to Ellis Island in 1906, they were fleeing the horrors of the anti-Jewish pogroms in Poland that forced many people to take a chance on a new land. Their Rogaczewsky family members were not so ...


  • The Remnants

    A Story of Reconciliation Between Judaism and Christianity by

    The Remnants tells how Jewish composer and Shoah (Holocaust) survivor A. Peter Gary was captured by the Nazis at age seventeen and incarcerated in three concentration camps during WWII. As well, it tells the touching story of Peter’s friendship with ...


  • Dreams of Re-Creation in Jamaica

    The Holocaust, Internment, Jewish Refugees in Gibraltar Camp, Jamaican Jews and Sephardim by

    Diana Cooper-Clark has written a book that uncovers a ‘hidden’ history in the Holocaust narrative. The stories of seventeen Holocaust survivors who escaped to Jamaica and who are among the last eyewitnesses to the Shoah are inspiring. As well, she ...


  • I Survived the Holocaust

    To Share His Glory by

    What was it like for a 10-year old Jewish girl to experience the Nazi Holocaust in 1945? Or, to face suicide, adjusting to a new life in America, an unhappy marriage, epilepsy, and losing 7 of 8 children? The author has coaxed out all the ...