Trains, Pains and Hope a Holocaust Survivors Story Henry Welch

ISBN: 9780578137216

Published: April 3rd 2014

Paperback

416 pages


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Trains, Pains and Hope a Holocaust Survivors Story  by  Henry Welch

Trains, Pains and Hope a Holocaust Survivors Story by Henry Welch
April 3rd 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 416 pages | ISBN: 9780578137216 | 10.16 Mb

There are still many stories and secrets that are hidden away about the Second World War. There are few people who survived the war as adults who are still alive today. The witnesses whose voices we hear today were children during the Holocaust.MoreThere are still many stories and secrets that are hidden away about the Second World War.

There are few people who survived the war as adults who are still alive today. The witnesses whose voices we hear today were children during the Holocaust. They too are now old, but they still have important stories to tell us. They can tell us the stories of how they survived the Holocaust, but also have having survived how their lives unfolded. Henry Welch spent the Second World War with my parents, my mother was his aunt. First in Poland, then in the Soviet Union in a slave labor camp. My mother taught Henry poetry in the Camp. Together, these two survivors wrote Passover in Rome.

Writing that first book brought back a flood of memories and many untold stories surfaced. In Trains, Pains and Hope, Henry elaborates on his war time and post war experiences which led him to a journey of self-discovery that spans South America, North America, and then back to Europe, where his life and his story began. I have known Henry my entire life. He was there at my ritual circumcision, when I was born after the war (a displaced person without a nationality).

He was the first person in our family to attend a university, and he was a role model for us all. Henry taught us, and will teach you the importance of survival, bouncing back, and honesty. He taught us that secrets must be shared. He taught us that one cannot know the man without knowing what he has gone through. -Meir Kryger MD, Professor, Yale University



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