Review: KAHN & ENGELMANN by Hans Eichner

Lorri from Jew Wishes read Kahn & Engelmann by Hans Eichner, which counts toward the WWII reading challenge.  Here’s a little of what she had to say about the book:

If you are looking to read a novel that encompasses decades of Jewish life leading up to World War II, and post World War II, then Kahn & Engelmann by Hans Eichner is the book for you!  Eichner has masterfully written a story that is based in part on his own family, and their experiences as Jews in Vienna. More than that, Kahn & Engelmann is a tribute to all of the Jews of Vienna who had to leave their homes, leave their country, in 1938, because of the annexation of Austria into Nazi Germany. This novel is a compelling saga.

Read the full review here.

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