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Confronting the Silence

A Holocaust Survivor's Search for God
Narrated by: Walter Ziffer
Length: 7 hrs and 35 mins
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The life story of a Holocaust survivor: his prewar childhood in Czechoslovakia, his experiences in eight Nazi concentration camps, his liberation and emigration to the US, and his career as a General Motors engineer, a Christian minister, and a consummate teacher. 

For Walter Ziffer, who today considers himself a Jewish secular humanist, life has always been a search for meaning. His compelling and insightful memoir distills the experiences of a remarkable man.

©2017 Dykeman Legacy Press (P)2018 Dykeman Legacy Press

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Brutally honest and beautiful

This is a story difficult to hear for its brutal honesty but so beautifully brought to life by Walter Ziffer, the man himself who lived it. Much like Elie Wiesel’s “Night,” it should be required reading of everyone teenage and older, everywhere.

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so interesting

absolutely loved the storyline, and was so inspired by the openness of his love for all religion. highly recommend

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