Harry Bernstein was born in 1910, on a narrow street in a small English mill town. He was just a child when World War I broke out, but he remembers it vividly. Many young men left to fight and never returned. When their families got word, they poured into the street to grieve and be consoled by their neighbors.It was one of the few times Harry can remember that the Jews and Christians on his street came together. The rest of the time, they lived in strict separation - the Jews on one side of the street, Christians on the other. Now 97, Harry Bernstein has written a book about his childhood memories of that street.