Flares of Memory: Stories of Childhood during the Holocaust

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AUTHOR INDEX
Baran, Malka, 2, 103–4, 254–55, 260, 272–73, 299
Baran, Moshe, 37–39, 185–86, 300
Bastacky, Shulamit, 121–22, 301
Berkowitz, Irene, 101, 181, 245–46, 328
Blum, Arnold, 20–23, 50–54, 270–71, 296–97, 302
Boninger, Walter, 86–88, 303
Brett, Leon, 3–6, 40–41, 64–69, 191–98, 304
Butterfield, Marjorie, 286–87, 337
Drescher, Ruth Lieberman, 30–31, 305
Fenves, Steven Joseph, 208–23, 306
Forscher, Frederick, 28–29, 334
Gelernter, Simon, 34–35, 307
Glatstein, Cyna, 11–12, 32, 107–13, 179, 199–201, 227–35, 308
Gottesman, Sam, 158–61, 309
Haas, Esther, 56–57, 84–85, 168–69, 310
Hecht, Eta Levin, 151–54, 314
Iwler, Dora Zuer, 13–14, 102, 114–15, 311
Katz, David, 90–92, 202, 207, 334
Kessler, Lee, 281–82
Lang, Vladimir, 176–78, 312
LaPietra, Jack, 291–95, 338
Lauer, George, 47–49, 265–67, 313
Levin, Rafael, 151–54, 314
Levy, Edith Rechter, 147–50, 165–67, 258–59, 315
Light, Ernest, 45–46, 63, 89, 187, 252–53, 316
Mallinger, Jolene, 55, 317
Marinelli, Henry L., 283–85, 339
Markovitz, Hermine, 173–75, 318
Mendler, Robert R., 268–69, 319
Naar, Ray, 182–84, 261–62, 320
Newman, Gertrude, 24–25, 321
Ottenheimer, Fritz, 17, 83, 322
Peternel, Arthur, 288–90, 335
Randall, Marga, 7–10, 263–64, 323
Reichman, Sara, 119–20, 324
Silberman, Herbert, 18–19, 335
Silberman, Marianne, 26–27, 334
Sittsamer, Jack, 36, 247–48, 325
Stern, Libby, 116–18, 144–46, 243–44, 326
Udler, Rubin Yakovlevitch, 70–80, 95, 170–72, 236–42, 276–78, 327
Weinberger, Violet, 61–62, 162, 180, 328
Weinreb, Sam, 93–94, 329
Weiss, Ilona, 60, 96–100, 155, 249–51, 330
Weitz, Ruth, 58–59, 335
Willis, Yolanda Avram, 123–41, 331
Wolhendler, Jacob, 33, 332
Zwillich, Alexander, 156–57, 274–75, 333

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