Thursday, December 27, 2018

Russia and its lack of democratic institutions.

#Russiahas never had democratic institutions. Ask Klara of #KlarasJourney, historical novel, #MarionStreetPress, a story of 'betrayal, drama and love.", wherever books are sold, takes place mostly in #Siberia. Wherever books are sold, kindle, nook,

Thursday, December 20, 2018

My article on the Berlin Jewish Museum, in The Jerusalem Post.

My article on the Berlin Jewish Museum just published in The Jerusalem Post, For more on Jewish museums and monuments in Germany and 20 other countries in Europe, check out “A Travel Guide to Jewish Europe, 4thedition, (Pelican Publishing.) Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Target, as well as J. Levine Books and Judaica in New York City.  www.bengfrank.blogspot.comFollow me on twitter @bengfrank.  

Going to Europe, France, UK and 21 countries.

Going to Europe, France , UK and 21 countries in Europe, now or in future, Just out in The Jerusalem Post, review and comment, "A Travel Guide toJewish Europe," 4th ed. (Pelican Publishing) Wherever books are sold,  www.bengfrank.blogspot.comFollow me on twitter @bengfrank.  

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Just off the press, my article on Golden Prague. in the Jerusalem Post.

Just off the press, my travel article in The Jerusalem Post on "Golden Prague."  For more information on Jewish sites in the Czech Republic capital, pick up a copy of  the up-to-date, "A Travel Guide to Jewish Europe," 4th edition, Pelican Publishing. me on twitter @bengfrank.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Honored. Interview by JDC.

Some good travel tips and  back-story of  "A Travel Guide to Jewish Europe," 4th edition, Pelican Publishing, in this review.  Proud and honored to have been interviewed by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee whose organization has been "inextricably entwined with Jewish Europe."

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

good description of Kiev, by Jake Marmer. for more, see below

Kiev changed a great deal since my last visit, over a decade ago. One can feel the weight of the bloody civil unrest that led to the civil war that still continues in the East. There are new monuments and banners, including the ubiquitous: “Ukraine is Europe!” And indeed, clean streets, fancy department stores, flashing advertising signs, cute coffee shops teeming with chattering, colorful crowds seem far more Western than anything I have ever seen in Ukraine." from an article on the Vernadksy Library, in Tablet by Jake Marmer, For more, pick up "Klara's Journey," historic novel, "The Scattered Tribe, travel narrative, and "A Travel Guide to Jewish Russia and Ukraine."