A VISIT TO MOSCOW
In 1965, an American rabbi travels to the Soviet Union to investigate reports of persecution of the Jewish community. Moscow welcomes him as a guest-but provides a strict schedule he and the rest of his group must follow. One afternoon, the rabbi slips away. With an address in hand and almost no knowledge of the Russian language, he embarks on a secret journey that will change his life forever. Inspired by the true experience of Rabbi Rafael Grossman, A Visit to Moscow captures the formidable perseverance and strength of the Jewish people during the 'Let My People Go' movement, a modern exodus that is often overlooked.
|Writers||Grossman Rabbi Rafael|
|Publisher||WEST MARGIN PRESS|