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The Shopkeeper's Refugees By Juiwanna Leah Wright
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Papa, Mummy and Amber go to Southampton's docks to pick up their four adopted refugee children. The children had just arrived from Germany. Both of the Jewish children's parents had been executed by... More > Hitler's cruel Nazi soldiers. Now a new life begins for them all. Ezekiel, Mummy's brother, gets badly wounded. He is sent home to recover. Even though he is very sick, he helps to keep everyone around him encouraged.< Less
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Papa, Mummy and Amber go to Southampton's docks to pick up their four adopted refugee children. The children had just arrived from Germany. Both of the Jewish children's parents had been executed by... More > Hitler's cruel Nazi soldiers. Now a new life begins for them all. Ezekiel, Mummy's brother, gets badly wounded. He is sent home to recover. Even though he is very sick, he helps to keep everyone around him encouraged.< Less
Ruth the Righteous, Romantic Refugee By Rabbi Yehudah ben Shomeyr
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“Ruth the Righteous, Romantic Refugee,” is a Natsari Jewish Commentary on the Book of Ruth.
Ruth the Righteous, Romantic Refugee By Rabbi Yehudah ben Shomeyr
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“Ruth the Righteous, Romantic Refugee,” is a Natsari Jewish Commentary on the Book of Ruth.
Victim Soldiers: German-Jewish Refugees in the American Armed Forces during World War II By Joshua Franklin
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Jews who served in the American armed forces during World War II has been a topic that has received significant attention from scholars. Yet among the subgroups of American Jews who served in the... More > American military, were German-Jewish refugees, whose wartime experiences were quite different from those of their fellow native-born American Jewish G.I.s. This study looks at how and why German-Jewish refugees were a distinctive group in the American military.< Less
Victim Soldiers: German-Jewish Refugees in the American Armed Forces during World War II By Joshua Franklin
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Jews who served in the American armed forces during World War II has been a topic that has received significant attention from scholars. Yet among the subgroups of American Jews who served in the... More > American military, were German-Jewish refugees, whose wartime experiences were quite different from those of their fellow native-born American Jewish G.I.s. This study looks at how and why German-Jewish refugees were a distinctive group in the American military.< Less
The Human Spirit An Example By David Krimalowsky
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A true and inspiring story of one couple's escape from Poland during the days of the Nazi invasion in 1939, and their lives in Stalinist Russia until 1945.
Suzie By Ann Chadwick
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Suzie Spitzer is five years old and alone. Her parents, Austrian Jews, have put her on a train from Prague to London to escape Nazi persecution. Speaking no English, she joins the Chadwick family in... More > Cambridge. A new life, a new country and a new sister, Ann. This family story travels through war-time Britain, Argentina, South Africa and the Fiji Islands. Tragedy strikes the family but the next generation has learnt how to open their homes and their hearts – Suzie changed their lives forever.< Less
Chance and Choice: My First Thirty Years By Joan Lorch Staple
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Chance and Choice covers the first third of my life (1923-1952) from my childhood in a small German town to my early career as a biologist in London. While concentrating on family and friends, I... More > have tried to convey the spirit of the times - how it felt to be a Jewish girl in Hitler’s Germany, an “enemy alien” in war-torn England, and a “girl” scientist in what was then a largely male field. My memoir also recalls some interesting people, the countries I have visited, and the joys and tribulations of my research. The story ends with my marriage to Peter Staple, a young English dentist and doctoral student.< Less
Lost in Nomansland By Robin Eddy
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Hans Kassner, trained as a watchmaker in the capital of East Prussia, is wounded in WW1. He meets and marries Mili Schneider, a Jewish night-club singer, but their only son Julius later joins the... More > SS. Hans' best friend Carl Hallersen has a brief affair with Mili, whom Hans then marries, to his parents' disapproval. WW2 comes. Carl and Julius are both sent east, Mili is taken to a camp which Hans penetrates, in search of her. As the Russians advance, he desperately flees westwards. On the way he chances on a Belgian count who has been left for dead, saves this man's life and is given a residence on the border with Germany. One day, Gadmen,a young philosophy student, arrives and provides Hans with some companionship. Hans now has a Belgian identity, not wishing the world to know he is a German - for he once committed an atrocity which could put him behind bars. The tension mounts and there is a sad but fitting ending.< Less