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L'Chaim: The Dov Landau Story

In Poland, a Holocaust survivor shares his harrowing experiences with young Jews.

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(11) Deborah Benenhaley, May 29, 2016 5:34 PM

Thank you

Thank you for sharing this journey . It was very well done.

(10) Hadassah, April 22, 2015 6:15 AM

I am deeply touched

Thank you Mr. Landau. You remind me so much of my grandfather of blessed memory.He too was a survivor.He lost his first wife and 4 young children in the camps yet he did not sucumb to despair.He went on and remained true to his faith inspiring all with his love of life and mission to rebuild what was lost.You too display that tenacity and spirit and strong will to live on even after the darkest times.I am so very inspired and touched by your story.Please continue to share for many more years.Am Yisroel needs you!

(9) Zev, April 17, 2015 4:51 AM

Teaching, Sharing & Caring; is what Dov has given us. Todah

My father is a survivor. Hearing his stories and listening to Dov's experiences shows me how special they really are.
Listening to Dov's children & grandchildren share their feelings through song; is inspiring. Mr. Landau, may you continue to teach, share and care .... to 120 !!

(8) miriam deutsch, April 17, 2015 4:17 AM

Cant stop crying . I am blown away by your strength & perseverance. You are an incredible inspiration! May hashem grant you may more healthy & productive years and may you have much nachas from your lovely family.

(7) G. Berry, April 17, 2015 2:49 AM

Thank yor Mr. Landau!

Incredible, inspiring, loving, and hopeful. May Mr. Landau live until 120 in good health, with continued nachas from his adoring children, grandchildren, and all those he has influenced by example and with his love of life. Your descendants are indeed the best revenge against the Nazi murderers.

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