The Storm: Tragedy of Sinai

Author(s): Eugene Heimler
Written by a survivor of Auschwitz whose wife, young son, and sister died in the extermination center and was trained in psychiatric social work, The Storm depicts ongoing historic attacks against Jews during the Roman Empire, Medieval times, and the Shoah as well as Jewish resistance and resilience during the course of these events.
Format: Drama

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Nationality of Author: Hungarian
Original Language: Hungarian
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The Menard Press, 1976

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