5 thoughts on “New Article Published on Martin Small”

  1. Martin Small has lived through hell, and the writer of this book, Vic Shayne has given him a voice that demands to be heard. This book is the best I have ever read of Holocaust memoirs. It would make a fantastic motion picture.

  2. Martin Small has lived through hell, and the writer of this book, Vic Shayne has given him a voice that demands to be heard. This book is no less than a great read and a strong statement as to tumultuous times that few people today understand and admit to.

  3. I have just read Mr Smalls obituary. I cant tell you haw much this article has touched me. i am sorry for his loss, and my heart goes out to his wife doris and all his family. I would like to know when he was born?

  4. Martin Small was born December 1916 in a tiny village in Poland called Molchadz. Yet the Jews who lived in this town called it Maitchet.

  5. I met Martin through our Torah study class. He and Doris were able to share a greater understanding of Torah to us.

    When I read his book I can see him and hear him tell this story. I was reading his book when “Fiddler on the Roof” came on TV. I now have a greater understanding of this Great movie through Martins eyes and words, Bless you Martin and Doris.

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