Confessions of a Touretter Isabel Cohen

ISBN: 9780988203433

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172 pages


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Confessions of a Touretter  by  Isabel Cohen

Confessions of a Touretter by Isabel Cohen
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This book chronicles the terror of a German Jewish child, who was trying to endure the Nazi era.The horror of Kristalnacht and brutality of the Third Reich prompted escape from the Germans with her parents, as Hitler’s scourge flooded over Europe.MoreThis book chronicles the terror of a German Jewish child, who was trying to endure the Nazi era.The horror of Kristalnacht and brutality of the Third Reich prompted escape from the Germans with her parents, as Hitler’s scourge flooded over Europe.Their flight took them to Belgium, Southern France, Northern France and finally to Switzerland, where they were separated, the parents each in an internment camp and the girl in various foster homes.

When World War II ended ten years of uncertainty and anxiety for the family, the three finally set sail for America.Shortly after arrival, the mother died and the girl attended to school in addition to keeping house for her father. She graduated from high school, college and graduate school impeded by both medical and psychological difficulties, married, eventually had a daughter and proceeded to become a scientist.Extensive travel adventures, in conjunction with scientific meetings attended, are detailed.The final two chapters discuss her reactions and feelings with respect to current politics, always in consideration of her life’s experience.



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