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Children and the Holocaust : symposium presentations
Washington, D.C. : Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2004
Location Call Number Status
 Voice/Vision Archive  D804.48 .C54 2004    ASK CURATOR
Gift from Sidney Bolkosky, 2012
Subject(s) Jewish children in the Holocaust -- Congresses
Physical Description vii, 139 p. ; 28 cm
NOTE Gift from Sidney Bolkosky, 2012
Note Papers from a symposium held 3 Apr. 2003 at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Includes bibliographical references
Contents Immigration policy and forced emigration from Germany : the situation of Jewish children (1933-1945) / Susanne Heim -- Heroic acts and missed opportunities : the rescue of Youth Aliyah groups from Europe during World War II / Sara Kadosh -- Childhood in the Warsaw Ghetto / Barbara Engelking-Boni -- Transformation and resistance : schooling efforts for Jewish children and youth in hiding, ghettos, and camps / Lisa Anne Plante -- Facilities for pregnant forced laborers and their infants in Germany (1943-1945) / Evelyn Zegenhagen -- The destruction and rescue of Jewish children in Bessarabia, Bukovina, and Transnistria (1941-1944) / Radu Ioanid -- "Unknown children" : the last train from Westerbork / Daphne L. Meijer -- The role of children in the rehabilitation process of survivors : the case of Bergen-Belsen / Hagit Lavsky -- Bergen-Belsen : the end and the beginning / Menachem Z. Rosensaft
Alternate Author Library donation, 2012
Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies

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