Stuart Eizenstat

Stuart E. Eizenstat is an American diplomat and attorney. From 1977 to 1981, he was President Jimmy Carter’s Chief White House Domestic Policy Advisor. In the Clinton Administration he served as US Ambassador to the EU and was also Special Representative of President Clinton and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright on Holocaust Era Issues, bringing Holocaust restitution and justice issues back onto the international agenda. He has held many other key roles for the Clinton Administration and after, received nine honorary degrees, and other awards from the governments of France (Legion of Honour), Israel, Germany, Austria, France, Belgium, and the USA.
Love in Wartime
The Holocaust remains a subject difficult to grasp and almost impossible to document. Award-winning photographer Max Hirshfeld searched for decades for the right way to share his Auschwitz survivor parents’ story of love and perseverance before, during and after. The result was Sweet Noise, combining transatlantic love letters with stunning photographs of his mother’s return to Poland five decades letter. He is joined here by Stuart E. Eizenstat, special adviser for Holocaust issues to Pr...