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The True Story of a Hungarian Jew’s Fight for Freedom”

Author Robert Wolf has won a 2023 Living Now Book Award for Not a Real Enemy: The True Story of a Hebrew Jewish Man’s Fight for Freedom, published by Amsterdam Publishers. It is based on Robert’s family history, which is about his Jewish parents and grandparents who lived first under the Nazis and then under the communist regime in Hungary. The book explores the depths of Robert’s family, tells of their experiences and of his father Ervin Wolf’s quest for freedom. The award-winning book also received the 2023 National Indie Excellence Award and the 2023 Nautilus Book Award.

NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Author Robert Wolf of Not a Real Enemy: The True Story of a Hungarian Jewish Man’s Fight for Freedom, published by Amsterdam Publishers, has won a 2023 Living Now Book Award won. It is based on Robert’s family history, which is about his Jewish parents and grandparents who lived first under the Nazis and then under the communist regime in Hungary. The book explores the depths of Robert’s family, tells of their experiences and of his father Ervin Wolf’s quest for freedom. The award-winning book also received the 2023 National Indie Excellence Award and the 2023 Nautilus Book Award.

The Living Now Book Awards aim to give more recognition to the year’s best lifestyle books and their authors. The Living Now Book Awards medalists are an extraordinarily impressive list of inspiring books, a testament to the commitment of authors and publishers today.

In 1944 almost half a million Hungarian Jews were deported to Auschwitz. Among the few surviving Hungarian Jews from this period were young men who, like Ervin Wolf, were drafted into brutal forced labor service where they were cut off from the outside world and endured inhuman brutality and servitude. After liberation, a new oppression set in as Stalin’s communist rule turned friends into enemies, blanketing the nation in fear and suspicion, testing everyone’s character and strength.

This is the true story of Ervin Wolf and his family as the fascist tide of Eastern Europe sweeps through Hungary. From the comfortable life of upper-class wolves, to captivity, daring escapes, tragic deaths, night-and-night adventures, to Ervin’s final escape to freedom in the dead of night, Not a Real Enemy is a gripping tale of suspense, tragedy, comedy and ultimately triumph. No Real Enemy: The True Story of a Hungarian Jewish Man’s Fight for Freedom is available at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, as well as in retail outlets and online, including Barnes & Noble, Walmart, and Amazon: https: / /www.amazon.com/Not-Real-Enemy-Hungarian-Holocaust-ebook/dp/B0B9C7JYQ5

About Robert Wolf
Robert Wolf, MD was raised as the only child of Ervin and Judit Wolf. Their stories of escaping communist Hungary and the tragic story of his father escaping the Nazis twice but having his own parents deported to Auschwitz inspired Robert to document his parents’ stories and share those stories with Jewish groups and others in to share with the United States. In Not a Real Enemy, Robert tells his family saga – and the forgotten story of the nearly half a million Hungarian Jews who were deported and killed during the Holocaust – through an epic and inspiring tale of daring escapes, terrible oppression, tragedy and triumph.

Author Robert Wolf of Not a Real Enemy: The True Story of a Hungarian Jewish Man’s Fight for Freedom is featured on national media and television, including ABC TV, CBS TV, FOX TV, NBC TV and more. For more information on author Robert Wolf and No Real Enemy: The True Story of a Hungarian Jewish Man’s Fight for Freedom, visit: https://robertjwolfmd.com and follow @robertjwolfmd on social media.

For media interviews with author Robert Wolf, please email Tamara York of Tamara York Public Relations at [email protected].

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Tamara York, Tamara York Public Relations, 631-488-8776, [email protected]

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