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By David Glenwick,Thane Rosenbaum

a doctor less than the Nazis are the memoirs of the 1st 40 years (1909-1948) of the lifetime of Henry Glenwick. It makes a speciality of his reviews as a doctor in Russian-occupied Ukraine after the outbreak of global conflict II, his go back to the Warsaw ghetto, and his next trip via exertions and focus camps in Poland and Germany. Following a post-war interval in Displaced folks camps in Germany, the publication concludes with the writer's cross-Atlantic journey to long island and the beginnings of his existence within the usa. This memoir presents the rarely-heard viewpoint at the Holocaust of a Jewish health care professional who served either Russian and German occupiers throughout the war.

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