Expressing Childhood Experience
A Writing Workshop, 1994–1999
Jewish children were one of the targets for annihilation — at times one of the main objectives — of the Nazi endeavour to eradicate the Jews of Europe.
KeywordsTraumatic Childhood Child Survivor Short Story Traumatic Memory Holocaust Survivor
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