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No Past Tense : Love and Survival in the Shadow of the Shoah.

Author: D Z Stone
Publisher: Portland : Vallentine Mitchell Publishers, 2019.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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No Past Tense is the biography of Katarina (Kati) Kellner and William (Willi) Salcer, two Czech Jews who as teenagers were swept up by the Holocaust in Hungary and survived Auschwitz and Mauthausen, respectively.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Stone, D.Z.
No Past Tense : Love and Survival in the Shadow of the Shoah.
Portland : Vallentine Mitchell Publishers, ©2019
Named Person: William Salcer; Katarina Salcer
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: D Z Stone
ISBN: 1912676125 9781912676125
OCLC Number: 1119636363
Description: 1 online resource (289 pages)
Contents: Cover; Front Matter; Title Page; Contents; Foreword; Prologue; Introduction; Chapter 1; Hitler on the Radio: Summer 1938; Chapter 2; Worried Mothers: 1939; Chapter 3; Happy New Year: 1944; Chapter 4; Back Home: 19 March 1944; Chapter 5; Into the Ghetto: April 1944; Chapter 6; Kati Meets Willi: April 1944; Chapter 7; Harsher Reality: April 1944; Chapter 8; Spoiled Little Girl: June 1944; Chapter 9; Auschwitz: June-August 1944; Chapter 10; No Escape: September-October 1944; Chapter 11; Canary Girls: November 1944; Chapter 12; This is Mauthausen: November 1944-March 1945; Chapter 13 Walking to Czechoslovakia: March-May 1945Chapter 14; Liberation: April 1945; Chapter 15; No-One Home: June 1945; Chapter 16; Finding Lily: June 1945; Chapter 17; Family Album: June 1945; Chapter 18; Give Up the Shiksa: July 1945; Chapter 19; Gardner's Shed: August 1945; Chapter 20; Polka Dot Dress: August 1945; Chapter 21; Nice Jewish Girl: August 1945; Chapter 22; In Rememberance: August 1945; Chapter 23; Ghosts: August 1945; Chapter 24; Uncle Pavel: September 1945; Chapter 25; Marry Me, or Goodbye: October 1945; Chapter 26; Hakshara: February 1946; Chapter 27 Black Hat with Cherries: Summer 1946Chapter 28; Jewish Soldier: August 1946; Chapter 29; Atlit: August-November 1946; Chapter 30; We're Here: November 1946-February 1947; Chapter 31; It's a Girl: February-September 1947; Chapter 32; Too Much Beer: Fall 1947; Chapter 33; Up on the Roof: November-December 1947; Chapter 34; Building Tanks: December 1947-May 1948; Chapter 35; Testing: Summer 1948; Chapter 36; Water, Everywhere: Summer 1949; Chapter 37; What Next?: 1950-1952; Chapter 38; We'll Build You a Factory: 1953; Chapter 39; Crisis: 1954-1957; Chapter 40; Going Down: 1958-59; Chapter 41 Europe to America: Winter-Spring 1960Chapter 42; First Year in America: 1960-1961; Chapter 43; Job Hunt: 1961; Chapter 44; Plastic Lace Tablecloths: 1961-1964; Chapter 45; Naomi and the Gypsy: Summer 1968; Chapter 46; Home Sweet Plesivec: Summer 1968; Chapter 47; Jelsava and Back: Summer 1968; Chapter 48; Young, Single and Free: 1975; Chapter 49; Wander Years: 1977-1983; Chapter 50; Telling: 1996-1999; Chapter 51; The End: 2000-2001; Epilogue

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No Past Tense is the biography of Katarina (Kati) Kellner and William (Willi) Salcer, two Czech Jews who as teenagers were swept up by the Holocaust in Hungary and survived Auschwitz and Mauthausen, respectively.

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