A Transported Life: Memories of Kindertransport : the Oral History of Thea Feliks Eden

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Herbooks, 1995 - Social Science - 88 pages
Thea Eden, a childhood refugee who escaped to England on the Kindertransport program tells her story in which she articulates the effects of the Holocaust on child survivors. Thea Edens' words are essential in these times of Holocaust revisionism.

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im pretty sure im related to the daniel edens mentioned in this book..
my name being the same
and daniel has been passed down my family forever
ahh im officaly jewish from this point out, i had no idea!


Thea Feliks Eden Tel Aviv Israel February 1953 Title Page
Kindertransport Children Park of Ely England Circa 1940
Charles Feliks
Thea Feliks Eden Santa Barbara California Circa 1984

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Irene Reti is the director of UCSC's Regional History Project and a lesbian feminist writer and publisher

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