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Drawing on archives and interviews, Clifford charts the experiences of these child survivors and those who cared for them--as well as those who studied them, such as Anna Freud. Survivors explores the aftermath of the Holocaust in the long term, and reveals how these children--often branded "the lucky ones"--had to struggle to be able to call themselves "survivors" at all. Challenging our assumptions about trauma, Clifford's powerful and surprising...
Some who lived weaves together testimonies of Holocaust survivors now living in Argentina and Uruguay with archival and contemporary footage; it also draws parallels between the Nazi regime and the government of Argentinean president, Juan Perón. In Eyes of the Holocaust, survivors describe the slow erosion of their lives followed by panic when the Nazis took over and attempted to liquidate the Hungarian Jewish population. Children from the abyss...
This landmark work answers two of the most fundamental questions in history - how, and why, did the Holocaust happen? Laurence Rees has spent twenty-five years meeting survivors and perpetrators of the Holocaust. Now, in his magnum opus, he combines their enthralling eyewitness testimony, a large amount of which has never been published before, with the latest academic research to create the first accessible and authoritative account of the Holocaust...
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