Holocaust survivors often don’t share their story with their families.
Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) October 08, 2014
History has a way of revealing itself at the most unexpected moments. In Rosalind Brenner’s new historical drama, “Kalisz: A Journey of Return,” Brenner takes readers on one Jewish family’s journey across three generations and two world wars.
It is without intention that Rose turns up in Kalisz, Poland, her father’s ancestral home. After discovering that her father grew up in the town of Kalisz, Rose realizes that modern day Kalisz has changed since World War II. The previously large Jewish population has since been erased by the Holocaust.
“Holocaust survivors often don’t share their story with their families,” said Brenner, who was awarded the Trafford Publishing Gold Seal of Literary Excellence for her work. “When Rose stumbles upon the town of Kalisz, she realizes that there was a lot more to her Jewish heritage than her father ever told her about.”
Rose unknowingly stumbles upon her family’s undocumented dark past. Her return to Kalisz unearths a family saga, travelling from Poland to Palestine, through concentration camps and rich cultural tradition.
“Kalisz: A Journey of Return”
By: Rosalind Brenner
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Trafford Publishing
About the author
Rosalind Brenner resides in the Sydney, Australia, area. Her most recent novel, “Kalisz: A Journey of Return,” was awarded the Trafford Publishing Gold Seal of Literary Excellence. She has a professional background in Metaphysical Science, and has worked as a drug and alcohol counselor in various Australian rehabilitation centers. Brenner is the mother of three children.
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