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No Time to Mourn

von Leon Kahn
The True Story of a Jewish Partisan Fighter. 21 b/w photos. Sprache: Englisch.
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Leon Kahn, a Polish Jew and Canadian philanthropist, gives us a Holocaust memoir with a difference when he takes us back to the Polish forests to share his experiences as a Jewish partisan fighting the German Wehrmacht at every turn. Includes 18 b&am... weiterlesen
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Titel: No Time to Mourn
Autor/en: Leon Kahn

ISBN: 1553800117
EAN: 9781553800118
The True Story of a Jewish Partisan Fighter.
21 b/w photos.
Sprache: Englisch.
Ronsdale Press

1. März 2004 - kartoniert - 216 Seiten

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Leon Kahn, a Polish Jew and Canadian philanthropist, gives us a Holocaust memoir with a difference when he takes us back to the Polish forests to share his experiences as a Jewish partisan fighting the German Wehrmacht at every turn. Includes 18 b&w photos.

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Leon Kahn was born Leibke Kaganowicz in 1925 in Eisiskes, Poland, near present-day Vilnius, Lithuania. During the Second World War he fought as a partisan in Eastern Europe against the Nazis and their collaborators. In 1948, he immigrated to Vancouver, where he rose from humble factory worker to small business entrepreneur, and ultimately became a successful real estate developer. Noted for his humility and big-heartedness, he became a pillar of the Vancouver Jewish community. He was an active philanthropist and humanitarian who shared his wealth and counsel generously, and often anonymously, with a wide spectrum of charitable causes. He devoted much time to lecturing at schools and Holocaust symposiums about his war-time experiences. He died in 2003, leaving his wife, two sons, a daughter and seven grandchildren.

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"It is the duty of the survivor to speak of his experience and share it with his friends and contemporaries. Leon Kahn's story is poignant and its message eloquent." -- Elie Wiesel
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