Eyes of Memory: Photographs from the Archives of Herbert & Leni Sonnenfeld

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Like most Jews living in Berlin, Herbert Sonnenfeld lost his job in 1933. He decided to visit Palestine, where he photographed the poor refugees in that undeveloped country. When he returned to Berlin, his pictures appeared in a Zionist newspaper, and his career in photojournalism was launched. His wife, Leni, soon became his assistant and then a photographer in her own right. After the couple came to America in 1939, they were able to travel farther afield, and they spent the rest of their lives taking pictures of Jewish ...

Eyes of Memory: Photographs from the Archives of Herbert & Leni Sonnenfeld 2004, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT

ISBN-13: 9780300106053

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