Indeed, recollections, which go back 25, 50 or even 70 years, come in many hues. Some are as clear as a sunny day in autumn; others, as cloudy as a foggy summer eve. Are they fact? Are they poesy? Hopefully, they are not fiction.

So this is my dilemma: What should I call these musings about events, which have long passed? Goethe preempted the best title, so I have to settle for: “The Unauthorized Autobiography of W.B.”

Table of Contents

1 - Beginnings

2 - Neuchâtel

3 - The Noose Tightens

4 - “Harry Huber's Girl”

5 - “Leave or Be Extradited”

6 - Stateless

7 - Marseilles

8 - Haifa (1939)

9 - Haifa: “The Troubles”

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