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May 25, 1984 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-25

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..THE DETROIT. JEWISH :NEWS •

BOOKS

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Arab warning
embassy?

Tel Aviv (ZINS) — The
move in the Arab world to
sever diplomatic relations
with El Salvador and Costa
Rica in retaliation for the
Latin American countries
moving their Israeli embas-
sies from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem was meant as a
warning to the United
States, according to the Is-
raeli newspaper Hatsofe. A
proposal to shift the location
of the U.S. Embassy is cur-
rently being debated in
Congress.

bork (Holland), There-
sienstadt (Czechoslovakia)
and finally Auschwitz,
where her husband died. By
relying always on the help
and support of friends, rela-
tives and complete stran-
gers, Hanna survived
countless selections at each
camp, diseases and starva-
tion, and an abortion at Au-
schwitz that seriously
endangered her life. Walter,
in the meantime, was
transported to Europe as a
sergeant of the U.S. Army;
and, by accident, at the end
of the war, learned that
Hanna was still alive.
Hanna and Walter were
eventually reunited and
were married in Luxem-
bourg on Oct. 24, 1945.

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VEG. AND BREAD BASKET

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when a, second admission
is purchased Sun.-Thurs.

This coupon expires 5/31/84
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Sat. & Sun. 1:00,
3:00, 5:00, 7:00. 9:00, 11:00
Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 & 9:40
II - Robin Williams in
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FROM $ 38 15
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7 a.m. to $
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OPEN TUES.-SUN.
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Hanna and Walter: A
Love Story, by Hanna and
Walter Kohner with Fred-
erick Kohner (Random
House) presents two differ-
ent accounts of what it was
e to live through the
Jlocaust — for Walter as a
L3 refugee in America and for
Hanna as an inmate of the
Nazi concentration camps.
But it is most of all a love
story — and a true story —
of two people who were
separated by the war and
miraculously reunited
when peace was declared.
In the late 1930s, Walter
was given the chance to
emigrate to Los Angeles,
where his brother owned a
talent agency. Afraid to
bring a bride with him to
America, Walter left, prom-
ising to send for Hanna as
soon as he arrived in the
New World. In the mean-
time she took temporary
refuge with relatives in Hol-
land; and, as time passed,
their chances of being re-
united diminished — and
finally ended with the Nazi
invasion of Holland.
Thousands of miles away
in California, Walter found
America to be a haven popu-
lated by men and women of
extraordinary talents. His
brother's friends and col-
leagues were some of the
most influential artists of
the age: Andre Malreaux,
Ernst Lubitsch, Bruno Wal-
ter, Hedy Lamarr, Oscar
Homolka, Marlene Diet-
rich, Thomas Mann, Max
Reinhardt. Here in Hol-
lywood these people — all
refugees like himself
were • pioneering what
would become a legendary
era of artistic creativity
that was engendered by the
suffering and horror that
were spreading throughout
Europe each day.
Back in Europe, after
several years had passed,
Hanna met and married
- someone else. She and her
husband were transported
from one concentration
camp to another: Wester-

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