Being My Father's Child Being My Father's Child

Being My Father's Child

From The Diaries of Rose Cholodenko Lieberman

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Publisher Description

Being My Father's Child is a firsthand account of Jewish life in Ukraine in Czarist Russia and through the Bolshevik Revolution.  True stories of the life experiences of a family that eventually leave their roots to become "Americans.”


Her great-nephew, Greg Colden states, "She was insightful and progressive before a time when conformity was the norm."


About the author

Rose Cholodenko (1905-1967) was the eighth of ten children.  She was born into a prolific family that settled in a shtetl about 60 kilometers west of Kyiv.   Rose's memoirs relive the struggles, emotions, and historically significant life-changing events she experienced growing up in a Jewish family in Ukraine.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2022
1 May
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
205
Pages
PUBLISHER
Brandon Cholodenko
SELLER
Brandon Cholodenko
SIZE
49.3
MB

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