Yankev Glatshteyn was a Polish Jew who emigrated to America before the outbreak of the Second World War. He wrote EMIL AND KARL after a visit to Poland in 1934, and it was first published in Yiddish in New York in 1940. The book has not been translated into English until now.
Eva De Puebla comes to England as lady in waiting to Catherine of Aragon, the Spanish bride of Arthur, Prince of Wales. Witness the pomp, plots and political wrangling of the Tudor court of Henry VII in her diary. In the MY STORY series.