The Last Judgment

The Last Judgment : The Tower: Book IV

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The Jews Are the cord of life; They are the sparks of energy that fuel history; They generate time, and lead us Toward one inevitable truth; They are The Lord's Chosen People.show more

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  • Paperback | 598 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 34.29mm | 1,673.75g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514645971
  • 9781514645970

About Nigel Shindler

Nigel Shindler was given the name, Nigel, at birth, a very common name in Britain, and seven days later conforming to Jewish custom, a circumcision ceremony was performed and he was given both the Hebrew name Tovia and the Yiddish equivalent Tevia, both names imply the blessings and goodness that God bestows. In later years whilst living in Israel he adopted the Hebrew name Eitan, which implies stoicism and impetuousness. All these terms, expressions, are a reflection of his nature. He has depth and complexity, but can display banality, depending on his mood, or the time of day. Max Shindler lived in Liverpool until he was evacuated to Wales during the Second World War; it was here he first encountered open anti-Semitism; on many occasions he was forced to eat his meals in the outhouse on the farm where he lived; such traumatizing incidents left lifelong scars on his psyche. He would never disregard the humiliation he felt due to this abuse, or forget that many of his relations were executed in Buchenwald, and died in the boxcars before arriving there. He left his family home during his late teens, and travelled to Israel, where he became a member of the Israeli Army, and later joined England's Royal Air Force and became a member of a bomb disposal unit. He was head of Avon's advertising department, and worked for many years with his wife as a window dresser, and visual merchandiser. He married Pearl Lomax in 1957, in Castletown, on the Isle of Man in 1957. A year later his daughter, Nicola, was born; three years after, Simone; I, his youngest child, was born August 16, 1964; he was loyal, generous, and nurturing, toward his children, and grandchildren. He had an immense appreciation for the arts; he played the classical guitar; was a gifted photographer; studied various languages, and became fluent in German, Hebrew and Yiddish. He loved opera, and classical music. He had a passion for learning, and read voraciously throughout his life.show more