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Anti-Semitism is a man-made virus that remains just as virulent today as it was in the previous century. Michael Checinski has fought this virus, not just in the Lodz Ghetto and in the Concentration Camps, but in post-war Poland, where he served as a career officer in Polish Counter-intelligence.
When he joins the Marshall Center, a US army think tank in Germany dedicated to the promotion of Western values, he discovers that anti-Semitism has infected this bastion of democracy as well.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Michael Moshe Checinski was one of the organizers of the resistance movement in the Lodz Ghetto. He managed to escape during the infamous March of Death from Auschwitz. On March 1945, Michael was liberated by the Red Army and volunteered immediately to be a front-line soldier. He is the only Lodz Ghetto survivor who participated in battles against the German army.
In October 1947, Checinski was recruited to serve in the Polish Military Counter-Intelligence. From 1959 to 1967 he was a Senior Lecturer in the Polish Military Academy and a Senior Researcher in the Institute of Defence Economy.
In 1976 he was invited by the US Rand Corporation to become a Research Fellow in the Russian Institute at Harvard University.
In 1982 he was invited to teach defense economy as a professor of the US Army's Russian Institute, reorganized as the US Marshall Center for European Security Studies, located in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
Checinski has published numerous articles, research papers and books for the Hebrew University, Rand Corporation, US Congress, NATO, and others, in English, German, Hebrew, and Polish. He is the author of 'Poland. Communism,Nationalism, Anti-Semitism', as well as seven additional books.
Checinski is married to Antonina, and has two daughters and five grandchildren.