by David Weiss
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Take a journey to the "Old Country". Learn about small town European life with all of its simple pleasures and hardships. Read about the onset of Nazi influence in the 1930's and discover how two young Jews in their 20's and 30's beat the odds and survived the Holocaust. The story and journey of Tibor and Sarlota Weiss is a tribute and a testimony to the power of the human spirit.
At the conclusion of the war, the two Survivors married one another and lived in the re-born, re-formed Czechoslovakia. Even with the news that most of their families were killed, the next three years did show a re-birth of hope for the Weiss's. Their only child was born and Czecholslovakia was, briefly, a proud democratic nation. The dark cloud of communism, however, appeared and like almost all of Slovakia's Jews, they left for Israel. After three years in the new Jewish nation, The Weiss's made their final move and came to Milwaukee. Life would be filled with incredible accomplishments, but also with the feeling and understanding that life was never as it truly should have been.
This book will inform, educate and inspire a wide variety of readers. Get ready to take a winding, enriching, sometimes difficult (other times funny) but always enlightening journey with Tibor and Sarlota Weiss.
About the Author;
David Weiss is the proud grandson of Tibor and Sarlota Weiss. He is also the author of "The Everyday Remember; Holocaust Legacy". David is a business owner and a certified elementary school teacher. He has a Bachelors in Education from Cardinal Stritch University and a Masters in Education from Viterbo University. David lives in Brookfield, Wisconsin with his wife and daughter.