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Young Victims of the Nazi Regime.

Author: Simone Gigliotti
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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"During the Nazi regime many children and youth living in Europe found their lives uprooted by Nazi policies, resulting in their relocation around the globe. The Young Victims of the Nazi Regime is a significant attempt to represent the diversity of their experiences, covering a range of non-European perspectives on the Second World War and aspects of memory. The book is unique in that it places the experiences of
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Gigliotti, Simone.
Young Victims of the Nazi Regime.
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016
(OCoLC)878837319
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Simone Gigliotti
ISBN: 1472528220 9781472528223 9781474219341 1474219349 9781472523907 1472523903
OCLC Number: 935638271
Description: 1 online resource (336 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Cover page; Halftitle page; Title page; Copyright page; CONTENTS; ILLUSTRATIONS; NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS; Introduction; PART ONE Migration: Departures to New Homelands: Adaptation and Belonging in Refugee Countries; CHAPTER ONE Jewish Refugee Children in the USA (1934-45): Flight, Resettlement, Absorption; Notes; CHAPTER TWO 'Detour to Canada': The Fate of Juvenile Austrian-Jewish Refugees after the 'Anschluss' of 1938; Notes. CHAPTER THREE 'This tear remains forever . . .'1 German-Jewish Refugee Children and Youth in Brazil (1933-45): Resettlement, Acculturation, IntegrationNotes; CHAPTER FOUR A Distant Sanctuary: Australia and Child Holocaust Survivors; Notes; CHAPTER FIVE 'The children are a triumph': New Zealand's Response to Europe's Children and Youth, 1933-49; Notes; CHAPTER SIX 'No common mother tongue or fatherland': Jewish Refugee Children in British Kenya; Notes; PART TWO The Holocaust: Ghetto and Camp Battlegrounds: Imprisonment, Activism and Forced Labour. CHAPTER SEVEN Polish and Soviet Child Forced Labourers in National Socialist Germany and German-Occupied Eastern Europe, 1939-45Notes; CHAPTER EIGHT The Forced Relocation to the Krakow Ghetto as Remembered by Child Survivors; Notes; CHAPTER NINE The Fate of Children at the Majdanek Concentration Camp1; Notes; CHAPTER TEN Children and Youth in Auschwitz: Experiences of Life and Labour; Notes; CHAPTER ELEVEN The Legend of the Ghetto Fighters: Zionist Youth Movements and Resistance during andafter the Holocaust; Notes. PART THREE Postwar Displacement: War Childhoods in an Unforgiving World: Memory, Rehabilitation and SilenceCHAPTER TWELVE The Kinder's Children: Second Generation and the Kindertransport; Notes; CHAPTER THIRTEEN Remembering the'Pain of Belonging': Jewish Children Hidden as Catholics in Second World War France; Notes; CHAPTER FOURTEEN Unaccompanied Children and the Allied Child Search: 'The right ... a child has to his own heritage'1; Notes; CHAPTER FIFTEEN Children of Lidice: Searches, Shadows and Histories; Notes; CHAPTER SIXTEEN Europe's Children across the Borders of Memory; Notes; INDEX.

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