Daniel Finkelstein on How His Family Survived Both Hitler and Stalin
In Conversation with Andrew Keen on Keen On
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Andrew talks to Daniel Finkelstein, author of Two Roads Home: Hitler, Stalin, and the Miraculous Survival of My Family, about the extraordinary coincidences enabling the survival of his family in World War Two
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Daniel Finkelstein is a weekly political columnist at The Times of London. Formerly an adviser to Prime Minister John Major, he was appointed to the House of Lords in 2013. He recently became a director of Chelsea Football Club. He is married with three children and lives in Pinner, a suburb of London. He is grandson of Dr. Alfred Wiener, founder of the Wiener Library, the world’s oldest Holocaust archive, where he is a patron.