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Resilience : one family's story of hope and triumph over evil / Judy Stone, MD.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.H93 A178 2019

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    "During World War II, hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews suffered prejudice and discrimination, oppressive segregation, and wholesale murder at the hands of the Nazis. In "Resilience," Dr. Judy Stone reveals how her family survived these monstrous times and slowly rebuilt their lives, focusing on their inner strength and the good people they found. This book is a study in human contrasts: kindness and callousness, tolerance and hatred, compassion and cruelty. It not only provides testimony about the horrors of the Holocaust and the lessons we must learn so that history will not repeat itself but also offers readers a connection to the rich heritage of Jewish life in Europe that has been largely lost."--Back cover.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Stone, Judy, author.
    Published
    Laguna Hills, California : Mountainside MD Press, 2019
    ©2020
    Locale
    Hungary
    Edition
    First edition
    Contents
    The Ehrenfelds
    The Glattsteins
    Early life in Sarand, 1910-1930
    Granfather Mor
    My grandmothers
    Magdus's childhood
    The watershed
    Miki's shop
    Prelude to war
    The brother I never knew
    My son's birth
    The Sarand ghetto
    Kati's friends
    Obedience
    The shoes
    Bozsi and Tibi
    Bozsi in Auschwitz
    Mor and Kati reach Auschwitz
    Grandfather Mor's Death
    Magdus's arrival at Auschwitz
    Finding family at Auschwitz
    The night of the gypsies
    Another selection, another separation
    Argus and Magdus's death march
    Allendorf
    Miklos's story
    Klari's war years
    Klari and Magdus search for family
    Sanyi and Miki
    Miki's search for Magdus
    Kati's liberation
    The family moves to Zennern
    Klari and Imre
    Miklos and Ella
    Gatherings at Anyu's
    The twins: Pista and Jozsi
    Mari and Jakus
    Ancsi
    Sanyi and Kati's romance
    Kati and Pete
    Bozsi and Jack
    The philanderer
    George's babyhood
    In search of the American dream
    Silver Spring years
    Cross-country trips
    The aftermath
    Klari's smile
    The sisters' grudges and competition
    The brothers' relationships
    Pesach
    Ambivalence, mixed emotions - muddled
    Discovering Andras
    Finding Ma's friends in Hungary
    Kati's return to Allendorf
    Suicide
    Family reunions
    Obsession with the Holocaust
    Independence
    Speaking out
    Grandchildren
    Ma's death
    Tchotchkes
    The second aftermath
    My return to Hungary
    My reconciliation with Kati
    Records from the USHMM
    Except for Kati.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The Ehrenfelds -- The Glattsteins -- Early life in Sarand, 1910-1930 -- Granfather Mor -- My grandmothers -- Magdus's childhood -- The watershed -- Miki's shop -- Prelude to war -- The brother I never knew -- My son's birth -- The Sarand ghetto -- Kati's friends -- Obedience -- The shoes -- Bozsi and Tibi -- Bozsi in Auschwitz -- Mor and Kati reach Auschwitz -- Grandfather Mor's Death -- Magdus's arrival at Auschwitz -- Finding family at Auschwitz -- The night of the gypsies -- Another selection, another separation -- Argus and Magdus's death march -- Allendorf -- Miklos's story -- Klari's war years -- Klari and Magdus search for family -- Sanyi and Miki -- Miki's search for Magdus -- Kati's liberation -- The family moves to Zennern -- Klari and Imre -- Miklos and Ella -- Gatherings at Anyu's -- The twins: Pista and Jozsi -- Mari and Jakus -- Ancsi -- Sanyi and Kati's romance -- Kati and Pete -- Bozsi and Jack -- The philanderer -- George's babyhood -- In search of the American dream -- Silver Spring years -- Cross-country trips -- The aftermath -- Klari's smile -- The sisters' grudges and competition -- The brothers' relationships -- Pesach -- Ambivalence, mixed emotions - muddled -- Discovering Andras -- Finding Ma's friends in Hungary -- Kati's return to Allendorf -- Suicide -- Family reunions -- Obsession with the Holocaust -- Independence -- Speaking out -- Grandchildren -- Ma's death -- Tchotchkes -- The second aftermath -- My return to Hungary -- My reconciliation with Kati -- Records from the USHMM -- Except for Kati.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780974917825
    0974917826
    Physical Description
    xxiv, 357 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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