Hungarian Jewish Women Survivors Remember the Holocaust presents seventeen full life histories recorded from female Holocaust survivors from Hungary. These women, born around 1920, mainly come from traditional communities known for their protection of women. In the Holocaust, they were exposed to extreme conditions and the shattering of their previous lives, literally and symbolically. As survivors, they fared hardships trying to rehabilitate their lives. The book depicts the authentic voices of these women as they bear witness to a dark period in history and in their lives.
Ilana Rosen is Senior Lecturer in the Hebrew Literature Department, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Mrs. E.S. Chapter 3 Shoshana K. Chapter 4 Klara N. Chapter 5 Eva B. Chapter 6 Magda G. Chapter 7 Mrs. M.G. Chapter 8 Ariella G. Chapter 9 Mrs. E.K. Chapter 10 Rosi S. Chapter 11 Roselia J. Chapter 12 Zsuzsa D. Chapter 13 Hilda T. Chapter 14 Rika S. Chapter 15 Shoshana M. Chapter 16 Leah S. Chapter 17 Zipora B. Chapter 18 Zipora N. Chapter 19 Glossary of Terms, Events, Places, and Names Chapter 20 Bibliography Chapter 21 Index