A Young Life Most Unremarkable, Henri Korn

This is the third ‘Memoir’ by Child Holocaust Saviour Henri Korn which relates to his reluctance to come to Australia when he was just twenty years old in 1950.

The book describes Henri’s first few steps in Melbourne, his jobs and the 1950s in this city as seen through European eyes. The wonderful artists, musicians and others that Henri met who fashioned our city and the Australia we know today.

His third memoir describes the difficulties of losing one’s past in exchange for a brighter and happier future.