By Ruth L. Weiss Hohberg
by Ruth L. Weiss Hohberg
Four-year-old Ruth is torn from a snug domestic in 1939. She and her mom commute east to look for defense. Her father is still in the back of. He treks via foot throughout Poland to hitch them almost immediately sooner than the Russian military strikes into Lvov.
Rounded up at gunpoint as enemies of the country and transported in farm animals autos to primeval Siberia, they be capable to live to tell the tale the iciness. the next fall they're authorised to move south, with regulations. En path the relations is retaken prisoner and taken to Uzbekistan at some point of the struggle. At war’s finish, they pick out repatriation. they come in the United States in 1947.
About the Author
One of the youngest survivors of the Holocaust who's nonetheless dwelling, the writer stocks thoughts of her odyssey. Born in Poland and dwelling in big apple urban in view that 1947, she acquired her schooling in public faculties. She is a graduate of the Cooper Union tuition of paintings and structure, the varsity of the town of recent York (BA), the school of latest Rochelle (MA), and the Wurzweiler tuition of Social paintings of Yeshiva collage (MSW).
Living in Southern California seeing that 2000, she indulges her love for growing paintings, writing, theater, and go back and forth. Ruth is an showing artist in acrylics, watercolor, combined media, and photography.
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