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chance Encounter: a Post-Holocaust Story

Simon, Sanford R.

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ISBN 10: 143439316X / ISBN 13: 9781434393166
Published by Authorhouse, Bloomingto, 2008
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: chance Encounter: a Post-Holocaust Story

Publisher: Authorhouse, Bloomingto

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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An assimilated American Jew finding letters that had been returned from Poland over sixty years ago, seeks to discover what happened to his grandmother?s family. Coincidently a retired German banker wishes to trace the wartime footsteps of his father, who was killed in action, from his conscription in 1938 until loss of contact in early 1945 while serving on the Eastern Front. When the two meet each has experienced a profound change in attitude from the start of their journey. Their moral discussion is the culmination of this story. The two themes are the German's shift from innocence and denial to awareness and contrition, as the American accepts his generation?s relationship to the Holocaust.

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Sanford R. Simon ? About the Author Sandy Simon, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania?s Wharton School, is a retired Investment Banker. He is Chairman of American Corporate Services a firm specializing in the international merger and acquisition business. In past careers he spent ten years in oil marketing and then did turnaround consulting within a major accounting firm and later with an investment group before founding his own concern. Author of ?Managing Marketing Profitability,? a business book published in 1969, he lives in Northern New Jersey and is active in philanthropic and political fund raising. This is his first novel.

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