Ken Sichel grew up in the Bronx, where he learned to speak proper English, play off-the-point, and spent much time at the original Yankee Stadium. He also sampled the delights of various delis, Jahn’s, and Zaro’s bakery. He has a Master’s degree in international relations and works for the consulting firm of Booz Allen Hamilton.
After a Gestapo raid on May 27, 1942, Victor Klemperer wrote in his diary that the journal’s discovery “undoubtedly” would have meant death. “But,” the journalist and scholar vowed, “I shall go on writing. That… Read More