Michael Korenblit

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Until We Meet Again (1983) 247 exemplar


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Korenblit, Michael
University of Oklahoma
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Michael Korenblit is an American television producer. His parents Manya Nagelsztajn and Meyer Korenblit were Jewish teenagers in love in their hometown of Hrubieszow, Poland at the start of World War II. After the German invasion of their country, they were torn from their families and each other, and shuttled among Nazi death camps. Before they were separated, however, the two had vowed to reunite in Hrubieszow at the end of the war -- which they managed to do. The two married and emigrated to the USA, settling in Oklahoma. Their son Michael Korenblit and his co-author Kathleen Janger wrote their story, Until We Meet Again: A True Story of Love and Survival in the Holocaust (1995).



I think this Holocaust title is the most interesting and appropriate for middle school-aged students that I've read so far. A love story.
engpunk77 | 5 andra recensioner | Aug 14, 2015 |
Michael Korenblit and Kathleen Janger's book "Until We Meet Again" is pretty amazing.

It tells the true story of Manya and Meyer Korenblit, a Polish couple who were interred in dozens of concentration camps and managed to survive and find each other after the war. They were among just 200 who survived the end of the war -- out of 8,000 Jewish men and women who lived in their community.

The story is really moving and stunningly sad (though with the happy ending that they both survived and found each other again.) It's told really well.... I think Michael Korenblit did an excellent job telling his parent's remarkable story.… (mer)
amerynth | 5 andra recensioner | Apr 22, 2015 |
This has been one of the most touching stories i've ever read. It's a touching love story between Meyer and Manya struggling for survival. This is a story that has been engraved into my heart.
lizzy_cakesss | 5 andra recensioner | Oct 22, 2013 |
This is easily the best Holocaust book I have read, and ranks up there with the best books I've ever read period. This true story (written by the couple's son, Michael, and Kathleen Janger) depicts the survival of a young Jewish couple in Poland from the beginning of World War II until the end. It's an amazing story of love, separation, tragedy and survival. This is an excellent account of an insider's perspective of one of the most horrific events in human history.
MrsWomacksLibrary | 5 andra recensioner | Apr 11, 2011 |


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