|Voices of Holocaust History: Eva Tells Her Story|
Eva Abraham-Podietz Describes her childhood in Hamburg, Germany and her escape aboard the Kindertransport (Childrens Transport), the rescue operation initiated by Great Britain in 1938 to bring 10,000 children from Europe to England. Eva relates her feelings of being separated from family, and discusses the roots of prejudice with students. Eva is co-author with Ann Fox of the book Ten Thousand Children: True Stories Told by Children who Escaped the Holocaust on the Kindertransport.
Approximately 27 mins. Price $25.00
Eva connects with children's concerns as she describes growing up as an outsider in pre-war Nazi Germany and her fortunate yet wrenching separation from home and family to escape to England. [. . .] she takes us into the world of her childhood and brings us back to powerful lessons for our current lives.
--Josey G. Fisher, Director, Gratz College Holocaust Oral History Archive Editor, The Persistence of Youth: Oral Testimonies of the Holocaust