No Time for Patience: My Road from Kaunas to Jerusalem - A

No Time for Patience: My Road from Kaunas to Jerusalem - A


10 thoughts on “No Time for Patience: My Road from Kaunas to Jerusalem - A Memoir of a Holocaust Survivor

  1. Meaghan Meaghan says:

    I found this memoir to be quite lacking and very shallow It s basically just a summary of the author s life, without the specific detailed incidents that make memoirs memorable It s short, only 150 pages, and of those only about 100 are about Birger s life during the Holocaust The final section, where the author talks about his career in Israel, was a mistake who cares about that In the introduction, Birger says there is a lot he still can t bring himself to write about because it s just t I found this memoir to be quite lacking and very shallow It s basically just a summary of the author s life, without the specific detailed incidents that make memoirs memorable It s short, only 150 pages, and of those only about 100 are about Birger s life during the Holocaust The final section, where the author talks about his career in Israel, was a mistake who cares about that In the introduction, Birger says there is a lot he still can t bring himself to write about because it s just too painful In a telling detail, he said his war experiences so traumatized him that immediately after the war, virtually overnight, he completely forgot how to speak Lithuanian I think perhaps that although he wanted his story known, he just wasn t ready to do it justice


  2. Jenny Sanabria Jenny Sanabria says:

    Libro completamente maravilloso Un alma derramada en letras con el fin de poder acercarnos a la experiencia de estas personas


  3. Jeimy Jeimy says:

    Excelente libro Para tener presente todo lo que aquellas personas sufrieron


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No Time for Patience: My Road from Kaunas to Jerusalem - A Memoir of a Holocaust Survivor ➳ No Time for Patience: My Road from Kaunas to Jerusalem - A Memoir of a Holocaust Survivor Read ➻ Author Zev Birger – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Until the age of fourteen, Zev Birgerenjoyed an idyllic childhood growing upin Kaunas, a flourishing city of mostlyprogressive Jews in Lithuania His father held asecure job as an engineer, his mother Until the age of fourteen, Zev Birgerenjoyed an for Patience: PDF/EPUB é idyllic childhood growing upin Kaunas, a flourishing city of mostlyprogressive Jews in Lithuania His father held asecure job as an engineer, his mother was warmand loving, and he remembers many blissfulafternoons spent playing in the family s gardenafter Hebrew schoolInspired by Zionist writers, young Zev and hisfriends firmly believed in the need to establish ahomeland for Jews They could not have knownat the No Time Kindle - time how urgent that need would become intheir own lives In , the Russian army, then ayear later the German Nazi machine, invadedLithuania The Birgers, along with all the otherJews in the area, were forced into the ghetto innearby SlobidkaIn simple but powerful prose, Zev describes hisfamily s efforts to survive in this ghetto,including being discovered by the SS in a cellarhideaway as gunfire sounded from theapproaching front In , the Birgers Time for Patience: ePUB ✓ weredeported to the Dachau Kaufering concentrationcamp, where Zev was forced into heavy labor inan underground arms factory He was the onlymember of his family to surviveIn this brief but moving story, many ofthe atrocities of ghetto and camp life as they wereexperienced by a teenaged boy come to light thelast moment he saw his mother s face as she wastaken away the Children s Atkion in , duringwhich than two thousand children wererounded up and murdered the rampant starvationand disease around him But there were alsomoments of light a compassionate doctor whospared the boy when he was sick, and numerousbrushes with death that left him, astonishingly,aliveZev credits his stubborn nature, sheer will, andgood luck for allowing him to outwit his oppressorson so many occasions and survive untilliberation inThe physical and mentalstrength that saw him through the terrible yearswould serve him years later when he becameinvolved in the establishment of the State of Israeland a driving force behind the publishing andprinting industry in his young country As a manof books, of language and literature, of cinemaand theater, Zev Birger has always supporteddiversity in Israel s cultural life His gift ofbringing people together is a source of inspirationfor young and old everywhere His story is atestament to hope, survival, and accomplishment.

    No Time for Patience: My Road from Kaunas to Jerusalem - A wererounded up and murdered the rampant starvationand disease around him But there were alsomoments of light a compassionate doctor whospared the boy when he was sick, and numerousbrushes with death that left him, astonishingly,aliveZev credits his stubborn nature, sheer will, andgood luck for allowing him to outwit his oppressorson so many occasions and survive untilliberation inThe physical and mentalstrength that saw him through the terrible yearswould serve him years later when he becameinvolved in the establishment of the State of Israeland a driving force behind the publishing andprinting industry in his young country As a manof books, of language and literature, of cinemaand theater, Zev Birger has always supporteddiversity in Israel s cultural life His gift ofbringing people together is a source of inspirationfor young and old everywhere His story is atestament to hope, survival, and accomplishment."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 160 pages
  • No Time for Patience: My Road from Kaunas to Jerusalem - A Memoir of a Holocaust Survivor
  • Zev Birger
  • 18 July 2019
  • 1557043868

About the Author: Zev Birger

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