Max Mannheimer

Mannheimer speaking about the liberation of Dachau on May 5, 2002 Max Mannheimer (6 February 1920 – 23 September 2016) was an author, painter and survivor of the Holocaust. Except for one brother, he lost his entire family in the Holocaust, including his new wife. For decades, he did not speak about his experiences, despite nightmares and depression. In 1986, while traveling in the United States, he happened to see a swastika and the sight of it triggered a nervous breakdown. After that, he began to speak about his experiences at the hand of the Nazis, giving talks to young people and adults, at school and universities. Mannheimer won many honors and awards for his work. Provided by Wikipedia
Showing 1 - 1 results of 1 for search 'Mannheimer, Max, 1920-2016', query time: 0.09s Refine Results
  1. 1
    by Mannheimer, Max, 1920-2016
    Published 2016
Search Tools: RSS Feed Email Search