5" x 7.5"
Written by: Charles Sarway
Distributed by: Feldheim
As time recedes from the most horrifying chapter in Jewish history, there is a great risk that many Jews will be little- or mis-informed of the evil that occurred in Nazi Germany during WWII.
This text is not a comprehensive or detailed study. Rather, it is perhaps the best, brief account available relating the history of this tragic event.
Informative, compelling, and compact, if you’re going to read only one book about the Holocaust, consider this one. We simply cannot afford the luxury of forgetting.
Includes a chapter with a brief perspective from contemporary Rabbis such as Rabbi Avigdor Miller, Rabbi Avrohom Kalmanowitz and Rabbi Chaim Ozer Grodzensky regarding the religious introspection in light of these events.