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Despite the desperate efforts of their families and communities, tragically, very few were able to survive. The Holocaust Child Survivors of Connecticut HCSC is an organization of individuals who were children during that period and were fortunate enough to survive the horror of Nazism and to build new lives in America.

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This was not always the case. It helped that images of the concentration camps, briefly and widely circulated after the Liberation, began slowly to re-enter the public sphere in the s and s.

Child Holocaust Survivor Shares Stories from WWII

Nor was the act of survival something that many former camp inmates necessarily felt comfortable discussing. Indeed, in the period before the s and s, many survivors found it a source of shame, and often concealed their pasts. As interest in the Holocaust grew from the late s onwards, however, this gradually began to change.

Contents pp. List of Acronyms pp.

Who is a Holocaust Survivor?

Prologue pp. Introduction pp. Chapter 1. Liberation: Battles after the War pp.

The Effects of the Holocaust on the Children of Survivors

Chapter 2. Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Chapter 5. Chapter 6. Where Was God?