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The Hours After: Letters of Love and Longing in War's Aftermath

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2000

    Kids carry on the Klein's message of hope through community service

    The Gerda and Kurt Klein Foundation (www.kleinfoundation.org) creates the opportunity for young people to understand the world and translate that understanding into positive action. This non-profit, public foundation promotes education which teaches tolerance and respect for others, and encourages community service focusing on ending hunger.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2000

    The story continues.....

    A very meaningful understanding of what happened to Gerda and Kurt immediately after her liberation. They are two outstanding human beings and by sharing their 'story' teach us all many lessons.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2000

    A Soaring Testament to the Power of Love

    'The Hours After' is a soaring testament to love's power to transcend the worst tribulations imaginable. The Kleins' letters to each other during a year-long separation following World War II, during which she had been interned in Hitler's death camps, are an eloquent record of the difficult transitions from war to peace made by individuals and societies alike.

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