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Memories and Testimonies – what can we learn from them about Mothers during the Holocaust



When World War 2 broke and because of the partition of Poland between the Nazis and the Soviets, young Jewish men fled to the Soviet border, leaving behind women caring for children, others were sent by the Nazis to force labor.

Relying on memories and testimonies there will be the discuss the challenges that Jewish mothers had to face in their daily life and their struggle for surviving with their families in the Warsaw and Lodz ghettos, from their entry into the ghetto to the liquidation of the Warsaw and Lodz ghettos.

The seminar was conducted by Hana Oren from the Mashmaut Center in Israel.

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