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Joe Zameret, An Unknown Family Hero [NOOK Book]

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Until two years ago we did not know the exact circumstances of our uncle Joe’s death.
In 1942, my father found that a few years earlier his brother had been killed as a volunteer in the Spanish Civil War. No more information was known. I was sure, however, that this ‘unknown uncle’ was a hero, and started a research to find who he was. While researching his life, I found many vital, exciting details not only about him, but also about his ...
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Joe Zameret, An Unknown Family Hero

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Overview

Until two years ago we did not know the exact circumstances of our uncle Joe’s death.
In 1942, my father found that a few years earlier his brother had been killed as a volunteer in the Spanish Civil War. No more information was known. I was sure, however, that this ‘unknown uncle’ was a hero, and started a research to find who he was. While researching his life, I found many vital, exciting details not only about him, but also about his brother, my father Shmarya, about our family, about our culture and history, and a lot about myself.
This memorial is the product of my research.
Hopefully the readers will find Joe’s story interesting and exciting as I did.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012485069
  • Publisher: Yair Zameret
  • Publication date: 4/27/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,163,808
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Yair has born 61 years ago in the Kibbutz Beit Hashita in Israel, married (second marriage) to the American Carolyn, and the father of two adult sons. He studied at Haifa University, in an interdisciplinary program for honors students, with the main focus of Judaism, and later was a teacher in the kibbutz and an editor in the Israeli publishing house ‘Yad Ben Tzvi’. Then he switched to computers, joined the American company Computer Associates, and eventually was transferred to its headquarters in Long Island, NY, where he met his current wife, and where he now lives.
Right now he’s writing the (Hebrew) blog ‘Scapegoat’, and developing a non-profit workshop for personal-digital-projects, called ‘Zameret-Stories’.
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