Last Walk in Naryshkin Park by Rose ZwiLast Walk in Naryshkin Park by Rose Zwi

Last Walk in Naryshkin Park

byRose Zwi

Paperback | September 1, 1997

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This account tells the story of Lithuanian Jews caught in the sweeping history of the first half of the century in Europe.
Title:Last Walk in Naryshkin ParkFormat:PaperbackDimensions:252 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.7 inPublished:September 1, 1997Publisher:Spinifex Press

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ISBN - 10:1875559728

ISBN - 13:9781875559725

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This many-layered study accounts the proud history and tragic destruction of the Jews of Lithuania.In Zhager, a small town on the Lithuanian-Latvian Border, well over 3000 Jewish men, women and children were massacred on 2 October 1941 by the Nazis and their collaborators. They lie in a mass grave in Naryshkin Park, the heart of the Shtetl, where lovers once walked.Last Walk in Naryshkin Park is the story of Rose Zwi's quest to discover the fate of her father's family who perished in the holocaust. Moving, passionate, thought provoking. More than a family history, more than an account of a massacre, Last Walk in Naryshkin Park asks questions which resonate from 1940s Lithuania to Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda.