Aaron's Journey From Slave to Master - by Howard Herskowitz

Mark Your Calendar! The True Story of an Unknown Hero of the Holocaust, Sunday, February 12th, 2012 at 2:30 pm, at the Holocaust Documentation & Education Center, Inc.  Hollywood, FL

You'll be captivated by this multi-media presentation! 

Click on right to see preview Video from Aaron's own words.
"In honor of Holocaust Education Week, we call to mind an Unknown Hero of the Holocaust."

Join Howard Herskowitz, author of "Aaron's Journey From Slave to Master," as he tells the amazing story of his 5'2" father, Aaron Herskowitz, a slave to the Nazis who escaped, became a bounty hunter and captured hundreds of Nazi officers and spies, outwitted or outlucked death many times, and even was appointed by the Russians as overlord of a conquered enemy town.  

 

In this dramatic presentation (including compelling video footage of Aaron telling the story in his own words), Howard will share the heroism, the adventure, and the astonishing love story of Aaron's war years. Howard will make this true story come alive for you as you get to know this remarkable hero of the recent past.

The book has been endorsed by the late Congressman Tom Lantos (the only Holocaust survivor to serve in US Congress), military historian Col. David Glantz, Jewish Book World and many others (get the details at www.aaronsjourney.com).


A Love that Beat the Odds

Aaron also survived by drawing on the memory of the woman he loved—and managed, against all odds, to find her again years later, each believing the other had perished.


The book, Aaron’s Journey From Slave to Master is now available. To order NOW Click here

Click below to see preview Video from Aaron's own words.

 

I look forward to meeting you on February 12th.”
-- Howard Herskowitz, Author.
email: info@aaronsjourney.com 

Have Howard autograph copies of the book you can buy for yourself or as a gift.

For further information and to RSVP, contact: Jaime Fogel, Librarian
Phone: (954) 929-5690 Ext. 378
E-Mail: librarian@hdec.org


For a printable color version of this flier Click here

Admission $5.00
Free Food and Refreshments!

 

“Please visit www.aaronsjourney.com or call us at (954) 764-8005 to learn more about Aaron's incredible story.

Please join us for this unforgettable presentation at:
Holocaust Documentation &
Education Center, Inc.
2031 Harrison St
Hollywood, FL 33020
(954) 929-569

For Directions, Click Here