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The Journey of Rabbi and Rachel Abramowitz

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The Journey of Rabbi and Rachel Abramowitz by Mona Mandel Abramowitz
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Rabbi Mayer and Rachel Abramowitz are beloved fixtures on the Miami scene. They have that special quality: when you meet you immediately respect them and consider them close friends. But they only became fixtures in one place after they journeyed through many. Their unique story begins in Rachel's Polish shtetl and Mayer's youth in British-ruled Palestine. The political climate and world events took Mayer to the United States and Rachel to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. In the often strange but wondrous flow of Jewish life, it was in a camp for displaced Jews in Germany that their very different journeys merged into one. There were other stops geographically, but their journey is really about the life they made. It's about surviving WW II through fortitude and fortune, and then helping to smuggle Jews out of Europe to Israel. It's about being the prime force in establishing the Cuban Jewish community in South Florida, and building Jewish institutions in Miami, Israel and throughout the world. It's about creating a family that continues their legacy. In reading the stories of Rabbi and Rachel Abramowitz, you will travel through Jewish history. As they touched the lives of so many on a personal level, they found themselves on a historical journey. These are their stories. This is our history. The journey continues.
Release date NZ
April 9th, 2012
Pages
212
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Illustrations
1, black & white illustrations
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
AuthorHouse
Dimensions
152x229x12
ISBN-13
9781468549003
Product ID
19889596

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