Bastards, Bitches, and Heroes: A Memoir Herman I Neuman

ISBN: 9780595125371

Published: March 20th 2001

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444 pages


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Bastards, Bitches, and Heroes: A Memoir  by  Herman I Neuman

Bastards, Bitches, and Heroes: A Memoir by Herman I Neuman
March 20th 2001 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 444 pages | ISBN: 9780595125371 | 5.57 Mb

The true story of two young, abandoned and exploited brothers who triumphed greatly. This eye-popping, inspirational memoir has two parts: The Agonies and The Ironies.Herman I Neuman was born in Nazi Germany just before Hitler invaded Poland.MoreThe true story of two young, abandoned and exploited brothers who triumphed greatly. This eye-popping, inspirational memoir has two parts: The Agonies and The Ironies.Herman I Neuman was born in Nazi Germany just before Hitler invaded Poland.

His memoir describes the horrors that began in World War II and continued for years thereafter, mostly because his parents began a new war. Against each other. After more than twenty court processes, his family lost everything. During these wars they suffered firebombing, deathly illnesses, starvation and homelessness. When Herman and his brother were about seven and five years old, their mother forced them to scavenge food from unique places. Then she motivated them to eat it using some rather unusual methods.Eventually the three of them moved in with their father who had just built a luxury home.

But later a judge had them physically evicted on Christmas Eve Day. For the next year they had to squat in a strangers attic without water, sewer, heat, power or hope.When Herman and his brother were 16 and 14 years old, their relatives invited them to America and subsequently enslaved them on separate farms. Herman was allowed to bathe but once a year. At the age of 20 he continued to live in isolated poverty and under almost impossible conditions.In The Ironies, their father gave all of his possessions, including his architectural practice, to his second wife.

She then divorced him leaving him penniless. He and the boys mother became friends again and she found him a new girlfriend, a wealthy widow. Even though he was now a pauper, he again lived in luxury until he died.Herman and his brothereventually escaped their slavery. Through tenacity, self-discipline and hard work, including the toughest job in town, they earned their way through college, became American citizens and traveled the world.

Some of the travel adventures of Herman and his wife are included in this extraordinary story of inspiration.



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