The World That Was: Hungary And Romania
A study of the life and Torah conciousness of Jews in the towns and villages of Transylvania, the Carpathian Mountains, and Budapest
By Rabbi Yitzchok Kasnett (Author)
Mountains, and Budapest. Their verve, scholarship, piety, and goodness are seen through the eyes and words of the survivors. ò Survival in the Budapest Ghetto ò From Munkacs and Auschwitz to Peoria and NCSY ò An eishes chayil in a slave labor camp ò The rebirth of Satmar Chassidus in America ò A thousand years of Jewish life in Hungary and Romania.
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches