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The First and Final Nightmare of Sonia Reach: A Son’s Memoir

James L. Nashy, MD

Published: July 16, 2007

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This work is an extension of an article written by the author and published November 30, 2003, in the Chicago Tribune. Howard Reich, a music critic for the Tribune, grew up in Jewish neighborhoods in Chicago in the 50s and 60s. He was the son of Sonia and Robert Reich, who did not know each other in their comfortable early lives in their native Poland but were both victimized by the occupation of Eastern Poland by the Soviets and the Nazis from 1939-1942.’ ‹’ ‹


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Volume: 68

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