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Only in America; from Holocaust to national industry leadership.


Only in America; from Holocaust to national industry leadership.

Ungar, William.

KTAV Pub. House


175 pages




The second volume in Ungar's autobiography, this portion of the story begins when Ungar arrives in New York with the first group of Holocaust survivors to be allowed in the city and follows his success in developing his business, the National Envelope Company, into a Fortune 500 company. Ungar presents his history, in part, as a case study in entrepreneurship. He is a founder of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and was designated National Entrepreneur by Ernst & Young in 1996.

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