Born in Dresden, Germany, in 1922, Adolph. Edward Friedmann (born Adolf Friedmann) had no idea that in just a few short years, he and his family would be escaping to Romania, fearing for their lives. Friedmann and his family hoped that Czernowtiz, Romania, would provide the safe haven they desperately needed, but the power of a ruthless dictator would unfortunately choose another direction for them all. As Friedmann shares the details from his unforgettable and harrowing journey that spanned five countries and over twenty years, he chronicles life in the Jewish ghetto under the Romanians, his experiences in forced labor camps, and what life was like as a Jew during World War II when Czernowitz was conquered by German and Soviet armies. As Jews attempted to stay alive, Friedmann finally managed to escape from a work camp with nothing but his bravery. Later a Jewish underground agency transported him to Palestine, where he stayed in a refugee camp until he began a new life that would eventually take him to America. A. Edward Friedmann: A Holocaust memoir reproduces the atmosphere and anxieties of a time in history that no one will ever forget. Adolph Friedmann was born in Germany in 1922. His family fled to Romania in 1933, where he lived until he was taken to a forced labor camp in 1942. He eventually escaped and was transported by an underground Jewish agency to Palestine. He immigrated to America in 1946 to begin a new life.