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All The Horrors of War: Bernice Lerner

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Despite the many upsides of age, a long life means that we have witnessed a number of horrendous events. However, one of the most horrendous events in all of mankind’s history was experienced by our parents’ generation. And that, of course was the holocaust and the tragic events of World War II. 

Our guest, Bernice Lerner, has written a riveting, real life account of two people who experienced the horrors of Bergen-Belsen. The account she writes is of her own mother,  Rachel Genuth, and Brigadier H. L. Glyn Hughes, a British doctor sent to liberate the camp and save as many lives as he could.

Benice’s book, ALL THE HORRORS OF WAR: A Jewish Girl, a British Doctor, and the Liberation of Bergen-Belsen is an important work with an incredibly profound message. It’s also a labor of love by the author and I am both honored and thrilled to have her join us.

Please plan to tune in for this incredibly moving conversation.

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