Uri Jerzy Nachimson Biography

Uri Jerzy Nachimson Biography Books written by Uri J. Nachimson

Uri J. Nachimson was born in Szczecin, Poland in 1947 and two years later his parents emigrated to Israel. As a young boy he loved to write, photograph and paint, and in 1966 he was drafted into the Israeli army where he served as a war photographer in the Northern Command.
2022-05-15, by Uri J. Nachimson , Book author

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He participated in the six days war as a photographer in combat and his photographs were displayed at various exhibitions.
His travels and adventures around the world are recorded in the various books he has written that are as of now are published. As an adventurer from birth, he wandered around in Prague as crowds demonstrated in front of Soviet tanks. His travels to Egypt are the inspiration for his book Seeds of Love.
When in 1990 he went back to Poland to seek his roots, he was deeply affected by the attitude of the Poles towards the Jews both during and after World War II, and decided to research the history of the Jews of Poland during that era. Thus the trilogy was born; Lilly's Album, The Polish Patriot and Identity. The book The Polish Patriot, was translated and published in Italian and Polish. It featured this year at the International Book Fair in Turin, Italy.

Uri's grandmother, Ida Friedberg, was the granddaughter of the Jewish writer A.S. Friedberg, editor of the Polish Jewish newspaper Hazefira, as well as the author of many books. As a teenager, Uri was greatly influenced by A.S. Friedberg's writings where the author describes his imaginary journeys to different countries. Uri decided to experience for himself the adventures to be able to tell them in his books.

Ten years ago, Uri decided to move to Tuscany in Italy where he lives with his wife. He has two sons, a daughter and is the proud grandfather of seven grandchildren. While in Cortona he wrote Two Margheritas and Broken Hearts in Boulevard Unirii which was recently translated into Italian.
'As long as I was busy with raising the children and supporting my family, I could not do serious writing, however, since I settled in Cortona, I have dedicated a lot of time to creative writing and the words just flow by themselves'

Free Samples of Lilly's Album

The first thing Lilly did when she got to Fela's house was to call her arents and tell them that she had arrived fely. Next, she called her Aunt Cesia to say hello and tell her that she was in Warsaw.
The two girls then locked themselves in Fela's room. Lilly was too tired to even talk and to tell Fela everything that had happened to her recently. She fell asleep as soon as her head touched the pillow. Fela covered her with a thick quilt and lay down beside her.

When Lilly woke up it was already noon. She quickly got dressed and got to the living room, where Fela and her mother were sitting and drinking tea next to the fireplace that gave off a warm cozy heat.
"Mrs. Goslawska, how wonderful it is to see you again," Lilly said and went over and hugged her warmly.

After Lilly had had some honey cake and tea, Fela said, "Let's go out for a walk Lillinka. After all, we are not going to stay at home all day."
"Don't go on any side streets. There are hooligans who roam the streets, especially in the Jewish areas," Mrs. Goslawska said.
"Don't worry. Nobody will touch us or do anything to us. If they try, Lilly will swear at them using some juicy Yiddish curse words and they will leave us in peace," Fela said laughingly as she pushed Lilly to hurry up and leave the house.

"Mother is forever worrying. She forgets that years pass by and I am already twenty-three years old. Her latest worry is that I will never get married. She always finds something to worry about," Fela said.
"I thought that only caring Jewish mothers worry," Lilly said, and they both burst out laughing.
"Where shall we go?" asked Lilly.
"You surely want to visit the handsome guy you met on the train. You really liked him."

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