A Journey Through Four Score Years by Emil Scheller
In this insightful new autobiography, Emil Scheller shows the struggles of Jewish immigrants after the atrocities of World War II. While his work never forgets the past, Scheller focuses on both the joys and woes of his new life in America.
Scheller's story isn't simply his own. It's also that of the many people who he befriended along the way, from a refugee from Ecuador, who truly went from rags to riches, to those of inherited wealth, and politicians who helped him in many ways. It also gives an insight into the cultures and mores of the many countries that he visited.
Condition: Very good/Paperback