Sarah was born in 1911, behind the pale of settlement near the city of Kiev, Ukraine, to religious Jewish parents. She was the ninth child and youngest daughter. Before immigrating to America with her husband, daughter, son-in-law and grandson in 1979, Sarah spent sixty-eight years building a life of remarkable friendships, personal and professional achievements as well as unconditional love and devotion to her family.
This story takes you on Sarah's journey, starting with memories of her father being savagely beaten during Russia's pogroms against Jews, her stuggles through post-Revolutionary Russia's rapid social and political changes and the hardships and hearbreaking experiences during the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945.
At sixty-eight years old Sarah left her home, her extended family, her friends and her country so that her daughter and her daughter's family could have a better life. Sarah spent the next fifteen years building a new life in America while always cherishing the memories of people, places and events of her past.