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New in AA's Koplin-Borochoff Library
In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and American Family in Hitler's Berlin, by Erik Larson.
It is 1933 Berlin and William E. Dodd, a mild professor from Chicago, has just been appointed Ambassador to Germany. He arrives with his wife, son, and very flamboyant daughter, Martha. At first they are enamored by the lively excitement of the world around them. Slowly, the ambassador becomes aware of the danger as new laws are enacted and people are persecuted. His daughter has one affair after another with leading Nazis while the U.S. State Department ignores his grave warnings. This book "lends a stunning eyewitness perspective on events as they unfold in real time, revealing an era of surprising nuance and complexity.
A generous donor has given the Koplin-Borochoff Library an Apple iMac computer on which is downloaded the complete musical collection of Rabbi Harry H. Epstein, z"l. Rabbi Epstein's wide ranging interests are evident in the many selections by famous cantors, Russian marching songs, Yiddish and Israeli vocalists as well as Italian operas, American jazz, pop and dance music from the middle of the last century. The music is available in the Library to all AA congregation members, and staff. To explore this exciting new addition to the Library, call Sue Epstein, 404-355-5222 x243.
Did you know... Informative and entertaining books that are available in the Koplan-Borochoff Library are always highlighted in the glass display case next to Paradies Hall. To borrow any of these books, call Sue Epstein @404.355.5222 x243.