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This book provides an intimate look at lives forever changed by the Holocaust
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May 10, 2020
While there have been many books about the Holocaust, Max Hirshfeld’s book, “Sweet Noise: Love in Wartime” (Damiani, 2019) is a uniquely intimate and personal one.

Perspective | This book provides an intimate look at lives forever changed by the Holocaust
Photographer Max Hirshfeld tells the story of his parents who were both Holocaust survivors.
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