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Table Of Contents

The Beginning
29 Jozefa Street
My Grandfather: Zelig
Die Karchme (The Watering Hole)
Grandfather’s House
My Mother
Zydowski Platz: The Jewish Square
My Father
20 Wawrzynca Street
First of My Nine Lives
Aunt Esther
The Steel Balls
Raw Liver and Raw Eggs!
Killing Old Hanka
The Unjust Punishment
Feigale in Sweden
The Fish Market
Szczawnica
Mikve and Sauna
The Brush Factory
Good-bye to My Grandfather
My Special Cousin Dorka
The Last Days of Ghetto
Short-Lived Freedom
Tolonzhas Prison
Mariska Neiny (Lady Mariska)
Good-bye to Soponyapusta
Good-bye to the Shoponyapusta, forever!
Gypsy Love
Becoming an Orphan
Back to Budapest
Back to the Orphanage
Our Beloved “Jewish Brothers”
Freedom Again
Exodus 1
Exodus 2
Exodus the End
Frydzia
The Army, Part 1
The War of 1948
The Army, Part 2
My Humble Regret . .
Tony and Bella
Christiana
Scuba Diving & My second marriage
My First septic Shock (Blood Poisoning)
Asia and My Second Septic Shock
Cross-Country Flight
Stella and my third septic shock
Aleksandra
Epilogue
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MY NINE LIVES

MY NINE LIVES

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The book depicts the life of Benjamin Neiger, a Jewish inventor who was born in Krakow, Poland. As a very young boy he became a witness to the horror of the Holocaust. At an age of 13 he was separated from his parents and spent many months alone in a large Hungarian forest, trying to survive. After the war he became a passenger on the famous ship, the EXODUS, heading for Palestine, and at an age of seventeen, he joined the Israeli army. The book comprises the most fascinating events of his life, some very sad and shocking, some hilarious and almost unbelievable... In the second part of the book the author reveals very openly his most secret love affairs and describes his life in America as well as his professional career. ‘My Nine Lives’ is the captivating story of atrocities of war, a man’s struggle for survival and his constant craving for love. Once you start reading it, you will not be able to tear yourself away…
The book depicts the life of Benjamin Neiger, a Jewish inventor who was born in Krakow, Poland. As a very young boy he became a witness to the horror of the Holocaust. At an age of 13 he was separated from his parents and spent many months alone in a large Hungarian forest, trying to survive. After the war he became a passenger on the famous ship, the EXODUS, heading for Palestine, and at an age of seventeen, he joined the Israeli army. The book comprises the most fascinating events of his life, some very sad and shocking, some hilarious and almost unbelievable... In the second part of the book the author reveals very openly his most secret love affairs and describes his life in America as well as his professional career. ‘My Nine Lives’ is the captivating story of atrocities of war, a man’s struggle for survival and his constant craving for love. Once you start reading it, you will not be able to tear yourself away…

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