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In the spring of 1940, Eric Koch was a law student in London. By autumn, he was being held behind barbed wire in Quebec. Koch was arrested as an enemy alien by the British government and sent to a prison camp in Canada; but he and hundreds of other "dangerous…

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A poignant memoir of lives cleaved by war, Otto and Daria is the first-hand account of Eric Koch, a man who once was called Otto. As a Jewish refugee from WWII Germany, Otto first left his country for England, and later arrived in Canada, where he was for a time…

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New Beginnings is the sequel to Eric Koch?s landmark work The Golden Years: Glenn Gould, Marshall McLuhan, Lester B. Pearson, Rene Levesque & John G. Diefenbaker published by Mosaic Press in 2013. Once again, Koch is inventing a new literary form that is special…
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Eric Koch has written a lively and affectionate account of this remarkable musical family. The book describes the lives of the four brothers -- Mark, Jan, Boris and Clement. Their father, Professor Michael Hambourg, to escape the anti-Semitism of the Tsarist…
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The Weimar Triangle continues Eric Koch's exploration of German culture and society. It is set in Frankfurt, 1927 and the famed International Music exhibtion. This exhibition, now almost forgotten, marked the first occasion since the end of World War I when…

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Eric Koch?s career in Canada has spanned broadcasting, both radio and television with the CBC, a prodigious author of both fiction and non-fiction whose work has been translated into Chinese, Italian and German, a university professor who taught media studies at…