The Uprooted: a Hitler Legacy: Voices of Those Who Escaped before the "Final Solution"

The Uprooted: a Hitler Legacy: Voices of Those Who Escaped before the "Final Solution"

The Uprooted: a Hitler Legacy: Voices of Those Who Escaped before the "Final Solution"

The Uprooted: a Hitler Legacy: Voices of Those Who Escaped before the "Final Solution"

Synopsis

Dorit Bader Whiteman, Ph. D., herself an excapee from Hitler, arrived with her family in New York via England in 1941. Earning a Ph. D. in clinical psychology from New York University, she has a private practice in New York, and serves as editorial consultant for the journal Psychotherapy. She was President of the Nassau Psychological Association and until recently Director of the Department of Psychology of the Flushing Hospital Mental Health Clinic.
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