In the Shadow of the Holocaust: The Second Generation

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I.B. Tauris, 1991 - Children of Holocaust survivors - 178 pages
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This is a book about what it is like to be a child of a concentration camp survivor. Using a mixture of oral history, memoir and psychological interpretation, the book aims to show how the legacy of the Holocaust has extended beyond those who directly suffered its horrors.

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Hass, a clinical psychologist, studies his and others' experiences to learn what it means to be a child of Holocaust survivors. Drawing on a cross-section of testimony and piecing together common ... Read full review

Contents

The Psychological Profile of Survivors
7
Intergenerational Transmission
25
For this I survived the camps?
51
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