A Family Trilogy: Part 1
Max Sussman

6.14 x 9.21 inches (156 x 234 mm)
260 pages
ISBN: 9781845496654
A Family Trilogy: Part 1
An impressive piece of historical evidence. These letters provide us with an important perspective into a Jewish family's life as it is on the brink of destruction. Professor Sussman weaves together many lines of investigation -- Hamburg, London, Cardiff, Australia, USA -- into a coherent, accessible, and profoundly personal whole.
Deborah Lipstadt, Emory University

I read your book with fascination as well as inevitable horror at the empty spaces and unanswered letters. I was left with a mixture of pride and shame for our species.
Bernard Wasserstein, University of Chicago

I admire the great amount of painstaking research that has gone into this family history, which recreates it in considerable detail. The story is also very moving.
Anthony Grenville, Association of Jewish Refugees, London

This book recounts the sad tale of the plight of German Jewry, as encapsulated in the fate of the editor's own relatives in 1930s Hamburg. Dispossessed, harried, yet imbued with an unshakeable faith they were eventually deported to Theresienstadt and then murdered in Treblinka.
Dorothea Shefer, Writer and Editor in Israel
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