About my book-Courage of the Spirit

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Courage of the Spirit is now available for your iPad and iPhone. Apple's technology allows the many photos in the book to leap out of the page for easy viewing!

The author  will speak on lessons from "Courage of the Spirit" in a guest appearance on ADVOCACY HEALS U with show hosts Joni Aldrich (www.jonialdrich.com) and Chris Jerry ( http://lnkd.in/bkfx7ZV) on Tuesday, June 10th, 2:00-2:50 p.m. EST www.W4WN.com (Women 4 Women Network) and www.W4CS.com(Cancer Support Network). No downloads or Apps needed to listen. (If you miss it, catch the rebroadcast on the Sat. after the show at 3:00 p.m. EST on both networks.)
Courage of the Spirit now featured in June 2014 Library Journal
Photo: IBPA member titles featured in the June 2014 edition of Library Journal magazine. Page 4 of 5.

“Courage Of The Spirit is a stirring journey of survival, a chronicle of a son’s fealty to his father and a remarkable refection on Modern Jewish History.”
- Rabbi David Wolpe, Sinai Temple, Los Angeles
New Book Journal Review  Rabbi Dr. William Weinberg survives Nazi and communist tyranny to become the first State Rabbi of the community of Holocaust survivors in the German State of Hesse in “Courage of the Spirit” by Norbert Weinberg.
  "  Congratulation on getting the first volume of your trilogy published! It´s great that the book is finally available for researchers. I will definitely recommend the book for the Jewish Museum´s library, other institutions and some Czech historians/researchers who are interested, especially in the aftermath of the Shoah and the postwar time."
Mgr. Monika Hanková
Archiv Židovského muzea v Praze / The Archives of the Jewish Museum in Prague
Židovské muzeum v Praze / The Jewish Museum in Prague

 "Saul Austerlitz, author of 'Sitcom: A History in 24 Episodes from I Love 

Lucy to Community."  

"In Rabbi Norbert Weinberg’s reckoning of his father’s tumultuous, tragic past, history is no arid enterprise, no bloodless recording of facts and figures.  Interspersing personal reminiscence with detailed historical rendering, Courage of the Spirit brings the horrific twentieth century to life through the story of Rabbi Wilhelm Weinberg, and his journey through Nazi camps and Soviet terror."

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