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Last train to freedom. a story of a Holocaust survivor's travels to America. Published 1997 by R. Ronald in . Written in English. 1st ed. by Robert Ronald. Biography, Holocaust survivors, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Jewish Refugees, Jews, Personal narratives, Refugees, Jewish.
Steven Spielberg's "Survivors of the Shoah" project, says being a survivor . Ronald was allowed to visit his father in the camp but found it frightening.
It was the thought that his three children might someday want to know the whole story, however, that finally moved the San Mateo insurance agent to write his self-published memoir, "Last Train to Freedom: A Story of a Holocaust Survivor's Travels to America. It's important for them to know their heritage, especially because they don't go to temple. They don't get that," Ronald said in an interview .
Robert Ronald/Rosenthal has written in Last Train to Freedom with great clarity of his family's escape from Hitler and the catastrophe that was the Holocaust. Now a successful businessman who lives in Northern California with a family he loves deeply, Ronald has found the courage to relive and recount the heartbreak of losing his childhood home and his father to prison.
Survivor's Journey to Freedom by Marsha Casper Cook tells the story of two sisters who survived the holocaust. She did succeed in creating a life for herself after the holocaust, and had a completely devoted and loving sister.
To Life- A Holocaust Survivor's Journey to Freedom by Marsha Casper Cook tells the story of two sisters who survived the holocaust. This story is told by one of the sisters to the writer of the story. The author had done a pretty good job of pulling the reader in to find out what happened to these girls and how their lives unfolded.
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Jeanne Rongier (November 27, 1852 – January 19, 1929) was a French painter. Rongier was born in Mâcon where she took lessons from Henri Senart. She later took lessons from Henri Joseph Harpignies, and Evariste Vital Luminais. She is known for historic genre works after old masters such as Frans Hals and Jacob Duck. Rongier exhibited her work at the Pennsylvania Building, the Palace of Fine Arts and The Woman's Building at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Illinois.