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Courage was my only option : the autobiography of Roman Kent

by Roman Kent

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In his foreword to Courage Was My Only Option, Former Secretary of State, Lawrence Eagleburger, praises Roman Kent as 'a truly unforgettable character' and an 'incredibly decent man.' Roman Kent is also a survivor in every sense of the word. Born Roman Kniker and raised in Lodz, Poland, his happy, carefree youth was turned upside down in 1939 with the arrival of the German Army literally at his family s doorsteps. Courage Was My Only Option is the heartrending but ultimately uplifting story of one man's journey to hell and back. In classic rags to riches style, Kent uses the hard-learned lessons of his youth and time spent in concentration camps to become first a successful businessman in the U.S., then an internationally known voice for Holocaust survivors. Whether he is relating the story of the beloved family dog, Lala (who would also fall victim to Nazi cruelty) or recounting his work with Presidents, Senators, Ambassadors, and a multitude of foreign dignitaries (Bill Clinton and Al Gore among them) to restore the rights and lost dignity of his fellow survivors, Kent's tale will become an inspiration to all who read his life story.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:03:48 -0400)

"Roman Kent is a survivor--in every sense of the word ... In classic 'rags to riches' style, Roman Kent uses the hard-learned lessons of his youth to become first a successful businessman and family man, then an internationally known voice for Holocaust survivors worldwide"--Front cover jacket.… (more)

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