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hedi enghelberg

Escape del Ultimo Tren de Auschwitz

Escape del Ultimo Tren de Auschwitz
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Published by The ENG Group LLC formerly Ediciones Enghelberg
2000
ISBN: 980-07-5979-4
a historical biography and a tribute to his father. Entitled Escape del Ultimo Tren de Auschwitz [2] the book provides a brief history of World War II, the concentration camps, the persecutions Moises endured as a Jewish prisoner in the Romanian and German forced labor camps during World War II (1941-1944),and his escape on August 23-24th, 1944 from the last train headed to Auschwitz for extermination, only to be returned by the Russians who had driven the Germans back at the end of the war, to the continued Jewish persecution in Romania throughout the Cold War under Ceaucescu's communist regime. after two attemps, Moises Enghelberg was finally able to immigrate to Israel and freedom in December 16th, 1983 and celebrated the only and last birthday he was ever to experience free from persecution as a Jew on August 8, 1984. Originally written in Spanish, is currently undergoing translation into English and other languages as are the rest of Hedi's books. The Spanish version is already included in collections of libraries and museums worldwide as reference material for students, researchers and scholars studying the Holocaust and Genocide. This historical biography is included in the U.S. Holocaust Museum's list of Biographies on the subject which is widely distributed in publications such as the Oxford Journal's ((Oxford University Press) Spring 2002 Edition "Recently Published Works in Holocaust and Genocide Studies" under the heading of Biography and Autobiography [3] The book has received favorable reviews in Venezuela [4] , Barnes & Noble, www.Amazon.com,as well as in the Pompano Times
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