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A Hebraic Obsession [Reading] ➷ A Hebraic Obsession Author Mort Laitner – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk This book tells the story of Wolf Laitner He was born in Poland, was a medical doctor but that is not the half of it He was a truly remarkable man whose only mistake was not to believe that Adolph Hit This book tells the story of Wolf Laitner He was born in Poland, was a medical doctor but that is not the half of it He was a truly remarkable man whose only mistake was not to believe that Adolph Hitler would invade Poland.


10 thoughts on “A Hebraic Obsession

  1. Gina Iafrate Gina Iafrate says:

    What an amazing book Highly recommended This book was loved by me and my husband.


  2. Val Penny Val Penny says:

    There was a lot of discussion about A Hebraic Obsession by Mort Laitner on Linked In It seemed such a remarkable tale that I wanted to read it as soon as I could I ordered it on , although I try not to use that company too often I prefer to buy things in the village, if I can However, the only way I could get this book was to order it and have it sent to me from the USA.The book took weeks to arrive, so long that I thought it had been lost However, when it did arrive, I was not disapp There was a lot of discussion about A Hebraic Obsession by Mort Laitner on Linked In It seemed such a remarkable tale that I wanted to read it as soon as I could I ordered it on , although I try not to use that company too often I prefer to buy things in the village, if I can However, the only way I could get this book was to order it and have it sent to me from the USA.The book took weeks to arrive, so long that I thought it had been lost However, when it did arrive, I was not disappointed This is a unique and important book It tells Mort s father s story Wolf Laitner was born in Poland He was a medical doctor, but that is not the half of it He must have been a truly remarkable man Mort claims that his father s only mistake was not to believe that Adolph Hitler would invade Poland.His father paid dearly for that belief The book starts when Mort was a boy of only 10 years old He was hiding at the top of the staircase in his home He was listening to he father tell his own harrowing story to his friends Many of them bore the numbers tattooed on to their wrists by the Nazis during World War II He lived through the hell on earth that was Auschwitz He was in the lines to go into the gas chamber when he was called out from the line and reprieved He kept what he called Holocaust tapes these were his own recorded memories Mort only had access to these after his father s death.I would not want to detract from the story by attempting to offer a synopsis here Suffice to say the story needs to be read Parts of it tell of misery and cruelty beyond imagination Man s inhumanity to his fellow man is laid bare in the author s inimitable style.The author is an attorney at law, a professor of Law and Ethics at Barry University in Miami, Florida, and at Florida International University an American public research university in Greater Miami, Florida, in the United States, with its main campus in University Park in Miami Dade County He lives with his family in Southern Florida.I highly recommend A Hebraic Obsession, although much of it is not an easy read


  3. Kate Kate says:

    This book held my interest and was hard to put down I am interested in the Holocaust, but can t sit through long history books and sad movies The story unfolded for me with the way the author sought answers from his father while growing up, and then answered his own son s questions At first, I thought the writer jumped around too much, but then I appreciated the funny chapters in between thedramatic chapters 5 stars, for sure.


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