A resounding testament to the resilience of the human spirit, Mark Jonathan Harris's chronicle of the Jewish diaspora across Europe in the wake of the Third Reich offers some timely perspective on a piece of Holocaust history that is often overlooked. For many
survivors, the liberation of the camps by Allied forces at the end of World War II may have marked the end of one nightmare, but it was only the beginning of another. Those who chose to return to the now emptied Jewish ghettos met with continued persecution and even death at the hands of their
neighbors, who viewed the survivors as the return of a "problem" they thought had been solved. Those living in the Al...