"When the Birds Stopped Chirping," a memoir by Clemens Loew

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"When the Birds Stopped Chirping," a memoir by Clemens Loew

Postby Anoush » Wed Apr 01, 2015 3:31 pm

Hello Everyone!

I would like to share the memoir of a friend of mine entitled, “When the Birds Stopped Singing: Living With the Wounds of War.” The author is Dr. Clemens Loew — a psychoanalyst, author, and co-founder of the prominent National Institute of the Psychotherapies. His work is a collection of personal essays told through the eyes of a Holocaust survivor, chronicling life’s adventures from childhood to the present.

In his memoir, he portrays his terrifying plight as a young boy hiding in Polish Villages and his protected years within the walls of a Catholic convent. His stories continue with his adventures in America, his adopted country, after the end of the war.

This memoir has made a great impact on me and it will do the same for you. (Sorry, we don't do promos in the forums. Contact the WD advertising department for all your promotional needs -pls.)

Thank you for the opportunity to share it.

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