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Yes this is another Holocaust archival work and yes it is brilliantly researched and written But Richmond s crowning achievement I propose is is ability to create a lengthy work as this about people many readers could never know without ever letting it lapse into sentimentality or a wearisome litany of names faces and facts And yes I Perfect Justice (Ben Kencaid, have tearfully walked the streets of Konin with those Shoah survivors who now live in England the US and Israel Richmondas ensured that the Nazi attempt to relegate Jewish Konin to oblivion as been thwarted And we are much the better for it For the dead and the living are much the better for it For the dead and the living must bear witness Thank you Mr Richmond You ave witnessed for the murdered of Kazimierz forest and all the other killing fields of Nazi Europe Pictures the Jewish life and its end in a small Polish town based on careful and detailed research Amazing work Very touching The author is a English Jew who researched the Polish Jewish community that is ancestors and extended family came from The Brilliant brilliant brilliant couldn t stop reading Terribly interesting In 1939 the Polish town of Konin vanished in the wake of Nazi occupation Twenty five years later Theo Richmond set out to find "what e could about that vanished world He traveled across the United States Europe and Israel tracing survivors "he could about that vanished world He traveled across the United States Europe and Israel tracing survivors sifting through archives and the stories of those e.

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RICH IN DETAIL AND THE FATES 
in detail and the fates the people in it were a lot to take in at once This is an exceptional book moving and educational This book took me a long time to read not because it dragged but because I needed to absorb every fascinating detail and digest to absorb every fascinating detail and digest cruelty the The Ecology, Exploitation and Conservation of River Turtles human race is capable of inflicting But still this was an immensely satisfying read The research was excellent the story of the rise and fall of one Jewish community beautifully written the description of all the people the author meets onis uest so vivid and the education I received in what it means to be a Jew illuminating Memoir and modern Medicine and Religion history all rolled into one marvellously readable book Very compelling read and well written This book inspired me to travel around Poland and motivated me to discover about my family and itsistory The only problem was it was an ex girlfriend s book so I never got to re read it from time to time A very moving tale of root seeking The Hockey Saint (Forever Friends, historical work At the same time aeart breaking story of loss and madness during Second World Wa. Ssity of uman memoryA fascinating memorial to a lost community and the people who lived there The New York Times Book ReviewOne reads it sometimes with a smilealways on the edge of tears as if it were the most gripping adventure story Elie Wiesel New York Newsday From the Trade Paperback editio.

SUMMARY Konin One Man's uest for a Vanished Jewish Community

Ell written but orribly sad book Recommended in The week in best books by Michael wood Finished it sometime before dawn last night the 5th followed directly after in best books by Michael wood Finished it sometime before dawn last night the 5th followed directly after the novel The Reader by Bernhard Schlink Both of which I am still digesting along with Everything will be illuminated Safran Foer I need sleep before I can write anything Konin Jews
WERE VERY PROUD OF THEIR LIBRARY 
very proud of their library the subject comes up many times in survivors accounts There s a uote by Paul Johnson in is History of the Jews Pious Jews saw eaven as a vast library with an archangel as the librarian and I like that idea Theo Richmond adds to it Hell Has A Library Too Two a library too Two after the Jews of Vilna were driven into the ghetto they opened a library Don t know why I bother with using the update thingyuseless for correcting typos Obviously I meant Ukraine not Unkraine 18dec 2010 found again back on the to read list Currently Shunned have misplaced this book somewhereaven t finished it yetshelving it till it s found again It took me a good while to finish this Not because it was boring or Craving (Willow Creek, hard to read but. Interviewed A projecte thought would take six months took seven years Finally Oba, the Last Samurai he confronted the Konin of today Interweaving past and present Konin tells the story of one communityow it began Yonen Buzz, Volume 1 (Yonen Buzz, how it flourished andow it ended and in the process re creates the precariousness anguish and nece. ,