Abraham Eisenman: a Man Built of Iron
by Alexandra Ciniglio
In the Poland of the early twentieth century, lived a happy family: The Aizenman, which literally means: "Men of Iron."
This is the story of someone who lived up to his last name.
From a childhood abruptly interrupted by Nazi barbarism, to clandestine life in the woods of Poland; from the ashes of the Holocaust, to the defense of the coasts of the reborn State of Israel.