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Holocaust Memoir Now Available in eBook(May 01, 2012)
Omaha, NE (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
Milton M. Kleinbergs Memories of My Childhood: During and After the Holocaust 1937 1951 is now available in eBook format for the iPad, Kindle and Nook. Originally published in hard cover in 2011, the Holocaust memoir traces Kleinberg and his familys escape from Nazi-occupied Poland in 1939 and their subsequent capture and internment in the Soviet Union. eBook versions are available for download at http://mmkbook.wordpress.com/get-the-book/ for only $2.99.
Memories of My Childhood is a personal account of how my parents and I were swept up by the torrent of World War II, and managed to survive our ordeal in the Soviet Union, Kleinberg said. Our most memorable experience was a three-month Journey, in cattle cars, on the Trans-Siberian rail line across Russia from Arkhengelsk to Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
Kleinberg wrote the book as a personal legacy for his children, grandchildren and siblings who were born after the war so they could better understand how the horrors of the holocaust affected their family and the people living in Europe and Russia during World War II.
Many libraries and historians around the world have taken a special interest in Memories because it tells a lesser-known side of the story of the Holocaustthat of the Jews who fled to the Soviet Union, escaping the death camps, only to be taken as prisoners of war by the Russians.
To my surprise and amazement, the Soviet Unions participation in the Holocaust is not widely known, Kleinberg said. People who have read my book found the story very compelling, and felt strongly that this book belongs in Yadvashem, the Holocaust Museum, libraries and made available to teachers who conduct Holocaust studies.
You can read a sample chapter, download the book or leave a comment at http://www.MMKBook.Wordpress.com.
About Milton M. Kleinberg
Milton M. Kleinberg, author of Memories of My Childhood: During and After the Holocaust 1937 1951 was born in Pabianice, Poland in January, 1937. After escaping the Nazis in 1939, Milton and his family embarked on a 10,000-mile journey that would take them to Arkhengelsk, Russia, Samarkand, Uzbekistan, Germany and finally the United States, where they set about rebuilding their lives and the family the holocaust almost destroyed. Today, Milton is owner and CEO of Senior Market Sales, Inc., in Omaha, Neb., which employs over 110 people in 4 states and 2 countries (United States and Israel). At 75 years of age, Milton still works, travels, writes and can often be found hustling hand-ball games at the Omaha Jewish Community Center.
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