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The children of Buchenwald : child survivors of the Holocaust and their post-war lives

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The children of Buchenwald : child survivors of the Holocaust and their post-war lives
Call No: 940.53161 H48c

Call Number940.53161 H48c
Dates2000/5760; ©2000
Statement of Responsibilityby Judith Hemmendinger and Robert Krell.
Creators & ContributorsHemmendinger, Judith (author)
Krell, Robert (author)
Wiesel, Elie (contributor)
Waisman, Robbie (contributor)
Leo Krell Memorial Book Fund (funder)
Summary"Some of the survivors of Buchenwald tell their stories—their lives in the camps, their liberation, and their struggle for normalcy and emotional well-being." —Publisher
ContentsAcknowledgements / Judith Hemmendinger & Robert Krell
A Reflection / Robert Krell
Foreword / Elie Wiesel
Introduction / Judith Hemmendinger
A Biography of Judith Hemmendinger / Robert Krell
  1. From Auschwitz to Liberation
  2. Arrival in France
  3. The Children at Ambloy
Commentary and Discussion on Chapters 1–3
  1. Lulek's Story
  2. Romek's Story
  3. Taverny
Commentary and Discussion on Chapters 4–6
  1. Destinations—Leaving Taverny
  2. Life Journeys—20 Years Later in New York
  3. Life Journeys—France
  4. Life Journeys—Israel
  5. Elie Wiesel
  6. Observations and Conclusions
Appendix—The Convoy List
Physical Description 191 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherJerusalem : Gefen Publishing House
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages [189]–191)
  • Leo Krell Memorial Book Fund of the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre was a source of funding for the publication of this book
  • "A special thanks to Robbie Waisman, who read the draft, commented and offered us his photo album—the source of many images in this book. Robbie is also a Buchenwald survivor." —Acknowledgements
RecognitionGifted by Robert Krell