Norman Ebenstein, who was a Jewish Holocaust survivor who is one of the most prolific authors of our time, has written a new book, Childhood Beginnings. He explains that this book is about his experiences as a child of the Holocaust and also gives us some insight into what it was like in Nazi Germany when he was growing up, and how he survived it.
This book is a fascinating and tragic journey into one’s life. It is written in the third person and is very intimate. It will be a great book for people who enjoy books about childhood, and especially a book about childhood in the Nazi German concentration camp of Dachau.
Norman Ebenstein talks about what it was like to see his father killed by the Nazis, while he was still a small child, while he was away at school in France. It is very important for children to know the reality of what their parents and their people once had to go through.
Norman Ebenstein is a writer of mystery. His books have been all over the world. I am not sure how many others there are like him around, but if you look, you’ll find them. This book can be a great read for parents who want to learn more about what the real world is like for a little boy like Norman.
When I was reading the description about how a Nazi concentration camp where Norman was born was run by the “Hitler Youth” program, I could see where the book would be good. The idea is that the youth of the camps were trained to spy for the SS, and some of the children in his story are the spies for the SS who are sent to be killed.
Childhood Begins is a good book to read to children who want to learn more about how the world was created and formed. It is a good book to read to children who may be in the dark about the past. If you have a child like this, who is having a hard time remembering, or may have difficulty understanding the horrors that their parents suffered during the Holocaust, then you should give it a read. Children’s Day is coming up, so why not give them a good book to read as well?
Childhood begins with the life of a small boy who was born in a concentration camp. He was born in Dachau in Germany during World War II and has spent most of his life being there. The concentration camp was made from a prison camp and the camp guards used cruel and violent methods to keep the inmates in line. The children were forced to work for their survival.
Norman Ebenstein was one of the last of the Jews to leave the camp. He survived and came home to a changed life, but one that seemed like nothing else in his life, but hell. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to know more about the history of the concentration camps, the Nazis and the concentration camp system of Germany.