On September 11, 1939, Max Liebster, a young German Jew, learned firsthand what it meant to be an enemy of the Nazi State. After his arrest, followed by four months of solitary confinement in a Nazi prison, Liebster plummets headlong into the nightmare o
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Max Liebster was born in 1915 in Reichenbach, Germany. After he was freed from the Buchenwald concentration camp, Liebster emigrated to the United States where he lived from 1947 to 1956. He married Simone Arnold who also spent two years in a Nazi penitentiary home. Since 1994 the Liebster have traveled extensively throughout Europe and North America, lecturing at schools, universities, and public events about their experiences. In 2002 the Liebsters established the Arnold-Liebster Foundation to foster education about the Holocaust, human rights, and the lessons of history.
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Book Description Grammaton Press, LLC, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110967936624
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