GERMANY: The Outgathering

For many years before World War II, Joda Isenbart was a contented kosher meat dealer in Vienna. Then came the Anschluss, which joined Austria's voice to that of Germany in Hitler's hymn of hate against the Jews. Joda and his family were sent from one concentration camp to another. All of their relatives were killed, but somehow or other. Joda, his wife and their three children survived. When the nightmare was over at last, Joda, like a million of his kind, raised his eyes from the ashes of his ruined life and his ruined world, toward Israel, the promised...

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