A Long Way Home: The Story of a Jewish Youth, 1939-1949
By: Bob Golan (author), Jacob Howland (editor)Paperback
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Bob Golan was twelve years old when the Nazis invaded his homeland from the west and the Soviets from the east. He and his family fled from Poland to the Ukraine and were later forcibly resettled in Siberia. Golan and his brother finally came to Palestine in the company of the "Tehran Children"-a group of children who were rescued by the Jewish Agency. In Palestine, Golan joined the Haganah Underground and fought in Israel's 1948 War of Independence. Golan's book is a fresh and engaging story of the experience of Jewish refugees in the Soviet Union and Israel.
Bob Golan resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife Shirley and works as a volunteer in the local community. Jacob Howland is McFarlin Professor of Philosophy at the University of Tulsa. Bette Howland is a MacArthur Award winning author. Her books include Blue in Chicago and Things to Come and Go: Three Stories.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Child of Chelm Chapter 4 War and Flight Chapter 5 In the Ukraine Chapter 6 Siberia Chapter 7 Uzbekistan Chapter 8 Photospread Chapter 9 A Journey by Sea Chapter 10 I Become a Sabra Chapter 11 The War Clouds Gather Chapter 12 A Fight for Independence Chapter 13 Afterword Chapter 14 About the Author
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