3 edition of Ohevet ṿeha-ahuvah found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-83).Translated from German.
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Plays Three'contains the plays'The Thin Soldier,'Bachelors and Bachelorettes,'Everyone Wants to Live,'The Constant Mourner'and'The Lamenters. Between December 1938 and September 1939, nearly ten thousand refugee children from Central Europe, mostly Jewish, found Ohevet ṿeha-ahuvah from Nazism in Great Britain.
Cambridge and the Jews : religious wars• Greta Burkill and the CRCC• The children were bundled onto trains and set off across Germany and Holland to the ferries which took them to England. The seventeen contributions provide various new perspectives, which are investigated for the first time in this volume. Milena settled into the household of her mother's English friend from the Girl Guides, who had agreed to take Milena in and who planned to bring her parents to England as well.
She spent six uncertain years waiting for her parents and enduring her foster mother's complex ambivalence. These she gave to Milena, and they form the heart of this book. Andrea Hammel and Bea Lewkowicz: Preface Anthony Grenville: The Kindertransports: An Introduction Caroline Sharples: The Kindertransport in British Historical Memory Jennifer Craig-Norton: Polish Kinder and the Struggle for Identity Jana Buresova: Nicholas Winton, Man and Myth: A Czech Perspective Frances Williams: Migration after the Kindertransport: The Scottish Legacy?
Members of particular refugee Ohevet ṿeha-ahuvah groups receive special attention: participants in the Youth Aliyah movement, who immigrated to the United States during the war to reunite with their families; those designated as "Friendly Enemy Aliens" at the war's outbreak, who were later deported to Australia and Canada; and Orthodox refugee children, who faced unique challenges attempting to maintain religious observance when Ohevet ṿeha-ahuvah with Gentile foster families who at times even attempted to convert them.
Judy Tydor Baumel-Schwartz is the chair of the Graduate Program in Contemporary Jewry and associate professor at the Israel and Golda Koschitsky Jewish History Department at Bar-Ilan University in Ramat-Gan, Israel.
Arriving in a less than hospitable England, the culture shock of war- and post-war Britain is recalled; also the loss of friends and relatives Ohevet ṿeha-ahuvah in the concentration camps.
In an era in which the family separation of refugees has commanded considerable attention, this book is a timely exploration of the effects of family separation as it was experienced by child refugees in the age of fascism.
Britain to Australia, 1940 Simone Gigliotti and Monica Tempian: From Europe to the Antipodes: Acculturation and Identity of the Deckston Children and Kindertransport Children in New Zealand Edward Timms: The Ordeals of Kinder and Evacuees in Comparative Perspective Andrea Hammel: The Future of Kindertransport Research: Archives, Diaries, Databases, Fiction Ruth Barnett: Therapeutic Aspects of Working Through the Trauma of the Kindertransport Experience Leslie Baruch Brent: Writing the Life of a Kindertransportee: Ohevet ṿeha-ahuvah and Challenges Julia K.
This volume reveals that in fact many children experienced difficulties with settlement: they were treated inconsistently by refugee agencies, their parents had complicated reasons for giving them up, and their caregivers had a variety of motives for taking them in.
In practice, most of the kinder, as they called themselves, remained in Britain, eventually becoming citizens. ' David Lan Hanoch Levin 1943-1999 is, by almost unanimous consent, Israel's greatest playwright ever, and he remains, to this day, one of Hebrew culture's most important and diverse artists. Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; 1 Introduction, Rationale, and Sources;•
The seventeen contributions provide various new perspectives, which are investigated for the first time in this volume.
Published in brand-new English translations, these selected volumes of Hanoch Levin, one of Israel's leading dramatists, aim to bring one of the most important playwrights of the Middle East to English speaking audiences.
From 1938 over 10,000 Jewish and Catholic children were helped to escape from Nazi Europe.