Wiesenthal by Tom Dugan

$17.95
Deborah Herman

Simon Wiesenthal was a Jewish Holocaust survivor who became internationally famous for relentlessly pursuing and bringing to justice nearly 1,100 Nazi war criminals. He is best known for his role in the capture of Adolf Eichmann, the architect of the ‘Final Solution.

On the day of his retirement, Simon Wiesenthal invites one last group of students into his office. With warmth, wit, and surprising humor the famed “Nazi Hunter” recounts how he tracked down history’s most notorious killers, warning his young friends that although progress has been made since WWII, the human savage still lurks just below this wafer-thin veil of civilization.

Included with the full play script of this riveting drama is a complete study guide, production photographs, and book club questions.

This new book includes the entire playscript of the Award-winning one-man show of the same name. Tom Dugan brings Simon Wiesenthal, the famed Nazi hunter to life through his play that takes place on the day of Wiesenthal’s retirement. The book includes photographs from the play and behind-the-scenes, a study guide for students, and book club questions. It is a treasure to carry the torch for future generations.

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