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Meeting a reader

Today at Book Expo America 15 in New York.

A reader taking a photo of me signing Stolen Legacy.

Ankerwycke executive editor, Jon Malysiak, takes a photo of her taking a snap of me!

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Dr Ruth Westheimer

At the next door booth was Dr Ruth.

During a book signing of her latest offering “The Unknown Face of Islam” I popped over to have a photo with her.

She was absolutely charming.

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Book Expo America beckons

@ShopABA

As twitter followers know now, I will be at Book Expo America in New York Friday, May 29.

Looking forward to it. The Ankerwycke Books booth is #1428.

Drop by and say ‘hello.’

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Letter from Berlin

Congrats Dina,

You have written a very important book.

The entire case of restitution is not yet closed.

I have done research on hundreds of former Berlin Jewish fashion firms, most of them didn’t get a thing after the war. Equally important: Berlin fashion companies – as well as insurance companies active during the time of 1933-45 deny the background of their wealth.

My new novel: Ehrenfried & Cohn (in German, see www.amazon.de) describes the process of the theft of Jewish real estate and firms by Nazis in great detail.

Your valuable publication Stolen Legacy contributes to understanding what actually happened.

Thanks, Dina.

Uwe Westphal
Berlin

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Hermanns & Froitzheim

The Jewish Museum in Berlin currently has an exhibition about the popular hobby of collecting stamp-sized images used mainly for corporate and product advertising. The website explains that  “before the First World War, millions of these stamps were in circulation, sparking a veritable ‘collecting mania’”.  The photo illustrating the contents of the exhibition is of a toucan holding ties in its beak.

What people do not know is that Hermanns & Froitzheim rented office space in Krausenstrasse 17/18 – the building at the center of “Stolen Legacy”.

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Stolen Legacy is published by the American Bar Association and distributed by National Book Network.

Paperback: 328 pages   |   Language: English
ISBN: 978-1634254274
Includes book club discussion questions.