Why I Didn't Cry When Comrade Stalin Died
Softcover | 6" x 9" | 101 Pages
Written by: Miriam Paltiel Nevel
About this Book
It takes strength and courage to raise children under Stalin's oppressive rule, in the deep spiritual darkness that is WWII-era Soviet Russia. Join DovBer and Risha Paltiel as they struggle to teach their children how to be good people and upright Jews, despite incessant challenges.
In this touching memoir, Miriam Paltiel Nevel creates a portrait of grief and triumph and tells one family's story of kindness and tenacity in the face of overwhelming odds and powerful adversity.