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Kranzler was the author of several books on the topic, including Thy Brothers' Blood: The Orthodox Jewish Response During the . 1982) with Gertrude Hirschler. Solomon Schonfeld: His Page in History.

Kranzler was the author of several books on the topic, including Thy Brothers' Blood: The Orthodox Jewish Response During the Holocaust (1987) and The Man Who Stopped the Trains to Auschwitz: George Mantello, El Salvador, and Switzerland's Finest Hour (2000). 1 Early life and education.

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See, for example: David Kranzler and Gertrude Hirschler, Solomon Schonfeld: His Page in History (New York: Judaica Press, 1982). Authors and Affiliations

See, for example: David Kranzler and Gertrude Hirschler, Solomon Schonfeld: His Page in History (New York: Judaica Press, 1982). Authors and Affiliations. Gertrude W. Dubrovsky.

David H. Kranzler was an American professor of library science at Queensborough Community . Kranzler's books Solomon Schonfeld: His Page in History, co-authored with Gertrude Hirschler, and his later Thy Brother's Blood (1987) were the first to focus on this area. Kranzler was an American professor of library science at Queensborough Community College, New York, who specialized in the study of the rescue of Jews during the Holocaust. He wrote a paper, "Orthodox Ends, UnOrthodox Means", for American Jewry during the Holocaust (1983), a report organized by the American Jewish Commission, led by Arthur J. Goldberg. Kranzler lectured on the subject in America, Israel, Europe and the Far East.

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1 See for instance Solomon Schonfeld: his page in history (e. David Kranzler and Gertrude Hirschler (New York, 1982) which contains essays by child refugees rescued by Schonfeld. 2 See . ranzler Japanese, Nazis and Jews: the Jewish refugee community of Shanghai (Yeshiva University Press, 199). 5 Through his work with the Jewish Secondary Schools Movement, Solomon Schonfeld fulfilled a plan for Orthodox Jewish education and Jewish day schools put forward by his father in September 1909, in his inaugural address at the North London Beth Hamedrash.

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One of the most remarkable heroes of the Holocaust was Solomon Schonfeld, a young British rabbi who personally rescued thousands of Jews during the tragic decade of 1938-1948. Rabbi of a small Orthodox congregation and pioneer of the Jewish day school movement in London, England, Schonfeld was inspired by Rabbi Michael Ber Weissmandl, to get into rescue work

1982) with Gertrude Hirschler. For Würzburg, see Kranzler, David (2003). Holocaust Hero: The Untold Story of Solomon Schonfeld, an Orthodox British Rabbi. Brooklyn: Ktav Publishing House

1982) with Gertrude Hirschler. Brooklyn: Ktav Publishing House. p. xv. ^ For Brooklyn, see Kranzler (2003), p.