Liberation by Betty N. Hoffman
Stories of Survival From the Holocaust (Holocaust Through Primary Sources)

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Millions of Jews were murdered during the Holocaust. Those people fortunate enough to survive had their lives destroyed by the Nazis. Survivors had to rebuild their lives, often from nothing: no homes, no jobs, and no family. Author Betty N. Hoffman details stories of survival from the Holocaust and the liberation of Nazi Europe, from the Displaced Persons camps to the founding of the State of Israel.
 

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Betty N. Hoffman, PhD (anthropology), has conducted oral histories in and written extensively about the Greater Hartford Jewish community for many years. Her varied academic career includes teaching anthropology, social science research methods and English as a second language, as well as academic and business writing at various local universities and businesses. She is currently president of the New England Association of Oral History. Her most recent project was interviewing several of the informants and writing the script for the documentary film Pride, Honor and Courage: Jewish Women Remember World War II (JHSGH 2009). Dr. Hoffman's publications include: Jewish Hearts: A Study in Dynamic Ethnicity in the United States and the Soviet Union (SUNY Press, 2001); "Witness to War: 1941-1945: The Soviet Jewish Experience," Connecticut Jewish History (JHSGH, 2001; Bruce M. Stave, ed.); Honoring the Past: Building the Future: The History of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford (JHSGH, 2007); Jewish West Hartford: From City to Suburb (History Press, 2007); and Liberation: Stories of Survival from the Holocaust (Enslow, in press).
 
Published September 1, 2012 by Enslow Publishers, Inc.. 128 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel, Children's Books.