"In commemoration of International
Holocaust Day, established by the United
Nations, we call to mind an unknown
hero of the Holocaust!"
Join Howard Herskowitz, author of "Aaron's
Journey From Slave to Master," as he tells the
amazing story of his 5'2" father, Aaron Herskowitz,
a slave to the Nazis who escaped, became a
bounty hunter and captured hundreds of Nazi
officers and spies, outwitted or outlucked death
many times, and even was appointed by the
Russians as overlord of a conquered enemy town.
In this dramatic presentation (including compelling
video footage of Aaron telling the story in his own
words), Howard will share the heroism, the
adventure, and the astonishing love story of Aaron’s
war years. Howard will make this true story come
alive for you as you get to know this remarkable hero
of the recent past.
The book has been endorsed by the late
Congressman Tom Lantos (the only Holocaust
survivor to serve in US Congress), military historian
Col. David Glantz, Jewish Book World and many
others (get the details at www.aaronsjourney.com).
Have Howard autograph copies of the
book you can buy for yourself or as a gift.
For further information and to RSVP, contact:
Etta Gold, Library Director
Phone: (305) 667-6667 Ext. 128
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Free Admission, Food and Refreshments!