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You Seen A Dark-Haired Man with Burning Eyes?

Henya Shanun-Klein, Ph.D., FT


Jewish History / WWII

Categories / Keywords

  • newlyweds,
  • Jewish history,
  • WWII,
  • Nazi invasion,
  • Poland,
  • Europe,
  • Asia,
  • true story,
  • memoir

Book Description

You are about to experience the heart-warming and gut-wrenching, true story of Adel and Itchale. A story of love and loss of newlyweds who fled Poland after the Nazi invasion. This rigorously documented story is about a young woman’s search that initially seems hopeless and impossible, yet soon turns into a journey of adventure and survival against all odds. Adel’s journey not only spans two continents, from Europe to Asia, but also gives the reader a first-hand look at some of the history of World War II as she searches for her missing husband.

Dr. Shanun-Klein writes the incredible story in sharp observant simplicity, and with sensitive, poetic precision. She bases the book not only on her memories of stories she was told, but on extensive research she conducted to verify those memories as she traveled through the exact same landscapes, villages, towns and cities of Poland, Russia and Mongolia on her own journey.

Book available April 19, 2018
Review deadline May 19, 2018

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