Lidingo: Memories of the Small Swedish Haven which 200 Girls Called 'home' After the Holocaust
The small Swedish island of Lidingo became a haven for the homeless, shattered girls saved from the ravages of the Holocaust. There they received the warmth, love, and Jewish education they so desperately needed in order to rebuild thieir lives. A beautifully written historical account of chilling memoirs, poignant recollections of the past, and stories of the healing years in Lidingo.
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Brachie and Bayle
A Cry in the Night
The Mother of Lidingo
The Chanukah Party
A Living Casualty
As My Parents Would Have Wanted
Honor Your Father and Mother
The Seder Night
To Zion with Song
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