Philip Markowicz has had a remarkable life. His family lived in Przerab, Poland. His father was a Chassidic Jew and a rabbi. Their lives were filled with religion and joy until the Germans invaded Poland. After the invasion, Philip's family fled to Lodz, believing they would be safer there. Like many other families, they were send to the Lodz ghetto where all members of his family, with the exception of Philip and his brother Henry perished. Eventually, they were sent to a series of concentration camps, ending the war in a death march. At the end of the war, Philip began rebuilding his life, meeting his wife in a Displaced Persons camp, moving to the United States, and beginning anew.Philip Markowicz has had a remarkable life.
|Title||:||My Three Lives|
|Publisher||:||Dorrance Publishing - 2009-01-01|