By Simone Gigliotti and Monica Tempian,Simone Gigliotti,Monica Tempian
Featuring essays from a world diversity of specialists, this booklet analyses the main topics in 3 sections: the migration of kids to international locations together with England, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Kenya, and Brazil; the stories of children who remained in Nazi Europe and have become sufferers of struggle, displacement and deportation; and at last the demanding situations of rebuilding lives and representing traumas within the aftermath of battle. In its comparisons among Jewish and non-Jewish studies and the way those intersected and diverged, it revisits debates approximately cultural genocide during the separation of households and groups, in addition to contributing new views on pressured labour, households and the Holocaust, and Germans as conflict victims.
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The Young Victims of the Nazi Regime: Migration, the Holocaust and Postwar Displacement by Simone Gigliotti and Monica Tempian,Simone Gigliotti,Monica Tempian