About the Book
Hitler's Transgenerational Legacy: 'Dancing With Hitler'
Memoir and powerful photo story of a father’s search for meaning and understanding of how and why his 26 and 30 year old adult children could ghost him and his parents and then be adopted leads him to Auschwitz, Bialystok, Treblinka and other Holocaust final solution sites.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Biographies & Memoirs
- Additional Categories Family History / Family Tree, Education
Project Option: Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
# of Pages: 46
- Hardcover, ImageWrap: 9781715448721
- Publish Date: Sep 05, 2020
- Language English
- Keywords Batinkoff, Genocide, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff
Barry Batinkoff is a New York based photographer. He photographed the Lure of Luxury in midtown Manhattan from 2006 - 2014. After Covid-19 had wreaked havoc for six months on New York City and he had been self-quaranting in upstate, he felt he needed to do something that he could share of New York. He created Barry Batinkoff's New York City abstracts which are strange, beautiful, and exciting, He researched, photographed, edited and published his memoir "Genocide Alters Generations" as a personal decades long search for truth, understanding and closure about his own family tragedy. Batinkoff received degrees from Cornell University and Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts. Prior to graduating professional photography school at age 60 Batinkoff was a prominent Sullivan County, New York State chicken farmer.