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eBook No Time to Mourn epub
  • ISBN: 1553800117
  • Author: Leon Kahn
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: World
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ronsdale Press (May 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 226 pages
  • ePUB size: 1294 kb
  • FB2 size 1151 kb
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading No Time to Mourn. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Leon Kahn was born Leon Kaganowicz in 1925 in Eisiskes, Poland, near present-day Vilnius, Lithuania. During the war he fought in Eastern Europe with partisans against the Nazis.

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Leon Kahn, a Polish Jew and Canadian philanthropist, gives us a different kind of Holocaust memoir. He shares the little known story of the family groups of Jews and partisan fighters, composed of Poles and Russians from Siberia, who roamed the forests outside the towns in search of food and weapons. As a partisan fighter, Kahn was given professional guerilla training and soon became an expert in blowing up German trains. The story of the partisan struggles is as engrossing as it is terrible, for Kahn describes in detail those uncertain times when one never knew who was friend, and who was enemy.

Comments: (7)
Arith
A must read for anyone interested in Holocaust , World War 11, and Jewish history. Very well written and very enlightening describing events that few of us know about.
GODMAX
I couldn't put it down. Heartbreaking, heartwarming, a personal journey through the hell of ordinary people caught up in a nightmare who become
heros. This should have been made into a film, it would have been one of the best.
Jeanette Culkin
grand star
I just took this day to finish "No Time to Mourn The True Story of a Jewish Partisan Fighter" by Leon Kahn; No Time To Mourn: The True Story of a Jewish Partisan Fighter .: Knowledge Base
And what a wondrous read about the most horrendous-and poorly understood-war behind the Axis lines in Eastern Europe. The book is a slender piece of work but quite well written. Some interesting items about the Red Partisans; Kahn reiterates the observation that the Red Partisans became a much more efficient force after 1942 with the massive influx of air dropped arms, expertise and guidance from Moscow. Kahn worked in a railroad demolitions unit which were small and equipped with the latest in railroad mining technology. Kahn also recruited railroad employees who planted mines on railcars as well as poisoning Wehrmacht foodtuffs. Kahn's demolition unit was also were given some English railroad mines that must have come from lend/lease. ALSO dropped by airplane into the Partisan camp were perfect counterfeits of Reichmarks which the Partisans put to good use. The parent unit was of mixed nationalities and there didn't seem to be many ethnic tensions in the camp. The author has nothing good to say about the Nationalist guerrillas-some of whom after all, killed his father and sister before his eyes. The Frontline Red Army Soldiers LOVED the Red Partisans and gave them the most rousing of welcomes when they linked up. The Establishment of Red rule in this part of the world was quite a bloody process; and the author had first hand knowledge of mass executions of Armij Krajowa, collaborator and it seems Lithuanian fighters. The author seemed bothered that the Red Army shot an entire contingent of Ukrainian prisoners in Wehrmact uniforms-but not bothered much by the shootings of Nationalist Poles, Lithuanians and especially not the executions of Axis collaborators-many of which he carried out himself.
In all a great read and certainly worthy of a movie!
JeffinMNUSA
PS. Some related films; [...]
PSS. Kahn relates the story of a group of 40 insurgent doctors and other medical types who were at one time forced to fight. He claims that they wiped out an enemy battalion-something I can almost believe from the medicals I have known (Who are the toughest and smartest players in the world? A. American DELTA soldiers. B. Russian SPETZNAZ C. Emergency Room medical teams...the answer is "C").
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Hǻrley Quinn
after all these years there is something you read about the holocaust that you never read before. Leon Kahn caused me to cry several times while reading this book. the legacy he left his family was wonderful. everyone should read this book.
EXIBUZYW
A very candid and graphic depiction of life on the run in nazi occupied Poland. A tribute to the resourcefulness and heroism of a small band of partisans.
Jorad
Great book
Mojind
This is an extremely worthwhile personal history of surving the holocaust, fighting back against both the German invaders and the local thugs (both of whom targeted Jews for abuse, torture, and death).

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