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Fitting Into Toronto: Part Ii Of Our Family Holocaust Chronicle

Friedman, Rubin
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Fitting Into Toronto: Part Ii Of Our Family Holocaust Chronicle

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The second book follows the challenges Jewish arrivals faced in fitting into English Toronto with a focus on the Friedman family and the two Friedman sons who grew up there. The social, economic and psychological aspects of this process are followed until the fiftieth anniversary of the wedding of Fay and Nathan Friedman and the book ends with their passing. “As likely as not, there has never, in the course of human events, been quite as much important writing as now about the mystery of plain day-by-day human survival of ordinary and extra-ordinary individuals...We are now - as human family - beginning to delve into and interpret to ourselves and those immediately around us how coping mechanisms can work, how very primitive some of these coping mechanisms were - even in our lifetime. […] The unadorned candour of your account is very powerful.” J. Moskau - journalist (Newsweek, Globe and Mail) - author of articles on Nazi war criminals in Germany, - translator of materials for the Deschenes Commission on Nazi War Criminals in Canada

ISBN 0993647812Binding Glue Binding

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