‘East West Street’ – a remarkable Holocaust biography

“East West Street” is a most remarkable book and deserves the widest possible readership.

By MATT NESVISKY
May 30, 2018 14:55
A book (Illustrative)

A book (Illustrative). (photo credit: INGIMAGE)

 
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“EAST WEST STREET” is the outstanding collective biography of four men. Three were lawyers, one the owner of a liquor store.

The merchant and two of the lawyers were Jews. The remaining lawyer, whose most notable client and patron was Adolf Hitler, was part of the Nazis’ extermination machinery. That lawyer would have happily sent the others to Auschwitz, Belzec or Treblinka. The three managed to elude that fate. But scores upon scores of their relatives did not.

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