Virulence & Indifference: A Young Polish Boy's Extraordinary Survival, Heroic Reconstruction and Unthinkable Loss During and After World War IIby Martin List
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Born in 1929 in Pilzno, Poland, Martin Manek List was only twelve years old when his entire family narrowly fled Nazi persecution by hiding in the forest during WWII. Enduring unimaginable suffering and unrelenting pursuit by German forces, he survived the war by sheer tenacity of will, going on to fight for Israel’s independence.
Remaining largely silent about his harrowing past for most of his adult life, List eventually came to tell his painful story, revealing with courage a series of unparalleled extremes that comprised his existence throughout childhood, the war, and his career.
Virulence & Indifference is a powerful personal, cultural, historical, and political testimony, capturing the essence of all the good and evil in mankind, and telling a poignant tale of the spirit’s ability to persevere in a sometimes seemingly Godless world.
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