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Roots of the future

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Roots of the future

Friedman, Herbert A., 1918-2008.

Jerusalem ; New York : Gefen Pub. House, c1999.

464 p. : ports. ; 25 cm.

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Born in New Haven, Friedman became a rabbi who served in the army in Germany during World War II, then helped Holocaust survivors in displaced persons camps, then joined the Israeli Haganah to help survivors immigrate to Palestine. Upon return to the U.S., he served as CEO of the United Jewish Appeal.

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ISBN:

978-965-229-201-8

LC Call No:

BM755.F6949 A3 1999

Dewey Class No:

296/.092 B 21

Author:

Friedman, Herbert A., 1918-2008.

Title:

Roots of the future / Herbert A. Friedman.

Publisher:

Jerusalem ; New York : Gefen Pub. House, c1999.

Physical:

464 p. : ports. ; 25 cm.

Notes:

Includes index.

Summary:

Born in New Haven, Friedman became a rabbi who served in the army in Germany during World War II, then helped Holocaust survivors in displaced persons camps, then joined the Israeli Haganah to help survivors immigrate to Palestine. Upon return to the U.S., he served as CEO of the United Jewish Appeal.

Subject:

Friedman, Herbert A.,--1918-2008.

Subject:

United Jewish Appeal--Biography.

Subject:

Rabbis--U.S.--Biography

Subject:

Zionism--Biography

Subject:

Holocaust, 1939-1945--Survivors--Germany

Subject:

Haganah--Biography.

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