Through his writing and his appearances nationwide, Joseph Freeman has shared his story of survival during the Holocaust. Here in Kingdom of Night, Joseph Freeman tells the story of his wife Helen's survival in labor and concentration camps in Nazi-occupied Poland during WWII. This touching memoir of innocence lost and the enduring power of faith is a call to a new generation to bear witness to the atrocities of the past so that they may be empowered to respond to injustice.
At ninety-years-old, Holocaust survivor Joseph Freeman remains an active speaker and writer. An accomplished author, he has four books published on his survival during the Holocaust, including one on the "death marches"-forced evacuations of emaciated and starved prisoners from the concentration camps in the East-of the winter of 1944-45. Today, Joseph Freeman resides in Pasadena, California.
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Acknowledgement Chapter 4 Introduction Part 5 Part I: Before the Sun Part 6 Part II: Auschwitz Part 7 Part III: Freedom Chapter 8 Postscript Chapter 9 Afterword Chapter 10 Glossary Chapter 11 Sources