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Freilegungen : rebuilding lives : child survivors and DP children in the aftermath of the Holocaust and forced labor / edited by Henning Borggräfe, Akim Jah, Nina Ritz and Steffen Jost ; in collaboration with Elisabeth Schwabauer.

Other Title:
Rebuilding lives : child survivors and DP children in the aftermath of the Holocaust and forced labor
Publication:
Göttingen : Wallstein Verlag ; Bad Arolson : International Tracing Service, [2017].
Series:
Jahrbuch des International Tracing Service ; volume 6.
International Tracing Service yearbook ; volume 6
Format/Description:
Book
288 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Subjects:
International Tracing Service -- Congresses.
International Tracing Service. Archives -- Congresses.
International Tracing Service.
Holocaust survivors -- Europe -- History -- 20th century -- Congresses.
Jewish children in the Holocaust -- Europe.
Jewish refugees -- Europe -- History -- 20th century -- Congresses.
Holocaust survivors.
Jewish children in the Holocaust.
Jewish refugees.
Europe.
Form/Genre:
Conference papers and proceedings.
History.
Contents:
Foreward / by Floriane Hohenberg
Foreword / by Nina Ritz
Rebuilding lives : introduction / Henning Borggräfe, Akim Jah and Elisabeth Schwabauer
New findings on the history of child survivors and DP children
Child survivors and displaced children in the "aftermath studies" : an overview / Verena Buser
"Everywhere where human beings are, we can find our children" : on the organization of the ITS "child search branch" and its predecessor / Julia Reus.
"More children are to be interviewed" : child survivors' narratives in the Child Search Branch files / Susanne Urban
"They did not want any more Jews there" : the fate of Jewish orphans in Podhale, 1945 - 1946 / Karolina Panz
International families? : community living in the IRO children's village Bad Aibling, 1948 - 1951 / Christian Höschler
"Shattered by mental and physical strain" : the treatment and assimilation of "defective" child survivors / Mary Fraser Kirsh Polish and soviet child forced labourers in National Socialist Germany and German-occupied Eastern Europe, 1939 - 1945 / Johannes-Dieter Steinert
"The advantages of repatriation do not offset the trauma of a removal" : IRO welfare workers and the problem of Ukrainian unaccompanied children in German foster families / Olga Gnydiuk
Soviet displaced persons and the politics of family reunification in the USSR, 1939 - 1991 : research agenda and perspectives / Kelsey Norris
Interdisciplinary analysis of Hungarian Jewish displaced persons and children using the ITS Digital Archive / Ildikó Barna
Educational approaches towards the history of displaced persons
More than a marginal note : displaced persons as a topic of history education at the Max Mannheimer Study Center / Steffen Jost and Nina Rabuza
Life after the liberation displaced persons in Bergen-Belsen, 1945-1950 as a topic for educational work / Nicola Schlichtingaser Kirsh A closer look teaching Jewish experiences of displacement through photography / Katharina Erbe
JDC Archives online educational resources about displaced persons and child survivors / Linda G. Levi
Rebuilding lives : reflections and perspectives
Research on child Holocaust survivors and displaced persons goals and challenges / Boaz Cohen
Jewish survivors : notes on entangled stories and lost memories / Atina Grossmann.
Notes:
Papers presented at an interantional conference held at the Max Mannheimer Studienzentrum in Dachau between May 30 and June 1, 2016.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Jah, Akim, 1967- editor.
Borggräfe, Henning, 1981- editor.
International Tracing Service.
ISBN:
9783835330146
3835330144
OCLC:
1006893147
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