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From The Depths of Hope

From The Depths of Hope

Title: From The Depths of Hope
Author: Moshe Frymerman
International Publisher & Distributor & Agent: Contento
ISBN: 978-965-550-561-0

Page Count: 152

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  • About the Book

    At the beginning of World War II, at the age of 15, Moshe was forced by the Nazis to work as a mechanic in a textile factory, where he repaired sawing machines, a profession he learned from his father. In August 1944, the Lodz ghetto was eliminated. Moshe and his family, together with the last people of the ghetto were transported to Auschwitz where he lost his parents and two younger brothers.

    Thanks to his skills, Moshe was saved from termination and again was forced by the Nazis to work as a mechanic in a German factory. In 1945 Moshe was rescued by allies’ forces and was sent to Sweden for medical treatment.

  • About the Author

    Moshe Frymerman was born in Lodz, Poland, in 1924.

    In 1946 Moshe joined others and sailed to Israel, but their ship was captured by Britain forces who deported them all to camps in Cyprus.

    In 1949, Moshe was finally able to enter Israel and started his new life as a free man.

    In Israel, Moshe married, had two sons and started his own business. He lives now in Bat Yam and is busy sculpturing and writing poems.

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