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The Last Jew of Rotterdam epub

ISBN: 1881022099

ISBN13: 978-1881022091

Author: Ernest Cassutto,Moishe Rosen

Category: No category

Language: English

Publisher: Purple Pomegranate Productions; 2nd Edition edition (June 4, 2001)

Pages: 171 pages

ePUB book: 1856 kb

FB2 book: 1630 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 475

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ASIN: 1881022099 Product Name: The Last Jew of Rotterdam Product ID: 9781881022091 Product ID Type: ea. This book was referred to me by the daughter of Mr. Cassutto who is named after the Hetty in the book.

This book was referred to me by the daughter of Mr. I like most books related to history especially if they are written using events that really happened. anger that any group of people could treat another group of people so horribly as the Nazis did the Jews, love of family, sorrow, faith. It made me feel warm inside but still made me cry. Such perseverance and faith Mr. Cassutto and his family had. I highly recommend reading this lovely book.

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Last Jew of Rotterdam by Ernest Cassutto. This is the true story of Ernest Cassutto and his wife Elizabeth during the Nazi occupation of Holland during World War II. Ernest was born into a Jewish family and raised in Indonesia with his older brother Max and younger brother George. When Ernest was eighteen, he returned with family, except Max who was married with a child, to Holland for his father’s job. Continued schooling for a while.

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This book reads like a novel, but the riveting story it tells is true. Journey with Ernest and Elisabeth from the horror of the Holocaust to salvation in Jesus the Messiah

This book reads like a novel, but the riveting story it tells is true. Journey with Ernest and Elisabeth from the horror of the Holocaust to salvation in Jesus the Messiah. Not only is this a powerful testimony of how God sustained several Jewish families during the worst nightmare of our time, it is also a tender love story.

The book was called The Last Jew of Rotterdam and was originally released by Whitaker House. The book went out of print, but because of continued interest in his story, was rewritten and updated by his son, Dr. Benjamin H. Cassutto. The newer version of the book was released by Purple Pomegranate Productions

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Ernest's family moved back to the Netherlands in 1934. It was a great transition from the tropical, Polynesian culture of Indonesia for the young Ernest.

Isaac Cassutto settled in Probolingo, Indonesia in 1915 during World War I, a conflict in which his nation, the Netherlands, was neutral. His second son, Ernest, was born on December 1, 1919 just after the Treaty of Versailles had been signed. Ernest's family moved back to the Netherlands in 1934. In neighboring Germany one year earlier, Adolph Hitler had risen to the chancellorship, and he was consolidating his power through terror and intimidation.

<div>This book reads like a novel, but the riveting story it tells is true. Journey with Ernest and Elisabeth from the horror of the Holocaust to salvation in Jesus the Messiah. Not only is this a powerful testimony of how God sustained several Jewish families during the worst nightmare of our time, it is also a tender love story. You won't be able to put it down!</div>
This book was referred to me by the daughter of Mr. Cassutto who is named after the Hetty in the book. I like most books related to history especially if they are written using events that really happened. This book made me feel many emotions...anger that any group of people could treat another group of people so horribly as the Nazis did the Jews, love of family, sorrow, faith. It made me feel warm inside but still made me cry. Such perseverance and faith Mr. Cassutto and his family had. I highly recommend reading this lovely book.
I am friends with this family and loved reading their story.
Great book!
It's really sad that the author chooses to wrap his own Christian conversion under the guise of the Holocaust experience. Insinuating that if only the Jews would have become Christians everything would've been so much better for them during the era of Nazi Germany.

Moreover, I find it almost offensive that the title mentions nothing of the true content... That being a Jew converting to Christianity. To use the backdrop of the holocaust to promote a message of conversion obviously aimed at the largest victims group of Nazi Germany - Jewish people / is in my mind bordering on contemptible.

The only reason I give it two stars as opposed to one is because it's easy to read which, despite the content, is something positive.

Everyone is entitled and free to believe what they please. I don't expect to agree with everyone nor disagree with everyone but to wrap what is obviously a conversion message, within the misery of the Holocaust makes me scratch my head and wonder where the integrity of it is?
I heard earnest Casutto speak in the late 1960's. His is a story of faith spoken by a righteous and virtuous man. His life message needs to be heard in our age of self-centeredness and self absorption. Buyers might have strong, differing passions about a Jew who is also a Christian. But the book's message is universal. It helps us develop another, deeply personal face on the number 6,000,000. Worth putting in your family bookshelf together with the works of Corrie Ten Boom, Ann Frank and Elie Wiesel.--Dana Roberts Seeing the Unseen Secrets of Watchman Nee (A Spirit-Filled Classic)
This book was such an eye opener to me - and in more ways than one. It's a powerful story of forgiveness, courage, faith and trust. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for an inspiring and historical read.