Children Surviving Persecution: An International Study of Trauma and Healing

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contents vi
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Psychohistorical Perspectives 11
  • 1: The Background of Persecution and Its Aftermath 19
  • 2: Historical Trauma 43
  • 3: Adult Survivors, Child Survivors, and Children of Survivors* 56
  • 4: Man Behind Walls 66
  • 5: Interviewing for Indemnification * 74
  • 6: Impact on the Second and Third Generations 82
  • 7: Antisemitism and Jewish Identity in Hungary Between 1989 and 1994* 90
  • Part II - Children's Responses to Persecution 103
  • 8: Child Survivors: A Review 109
  • 9: Nazi Fathers 124
  • 10: The Persecution of Polish Children 139
  • 11: Yugoslavian Child Survivors 145
  • 12: German-Jewish Identity 155
  • 13: Kindertransport: A Case Study 169
  • 14: Sweden and the Holocaust 173
  • 15: History of the Australian Child Survivor Groups 188
  • 16: Trauma 195
  • 17: My Contra-Program 214
  • Afterword 231
  • Bibliographical Essay 239
  • Index 243
  • About the Editors and Contributors 251
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