Love Carried Me Home: Women Surviving Auschwitz

A powerful, poignant examination of sixteen women s triumphant struggles to survive the Auschwitz Concentration Camp during the Holocaust Bearing witness to atrocities of genocide during the darkest moment in history, female survivors teach us the importance of emotional bonding and affiliation in their own personal survival, suggesting that love and human connection wasA powerful, poignant examination of sixteen women s triumphant struggles to survive the Auschwitz Concentration Camp during the Holocaust Bearing witness to atrocities of genocide during the darkest moment in history, female survivors teach us the importance of emotional bonding and affiliation in their own personal survival, suggesting that love and human connection was the dominant force in their resiliency Facing similar but not identical circumstances, the voice of female Holocaust survivors has been silenced by male counterparts Love Carried Me Home is based on a two year research study exploring the coping strategies of women from Auschwitz who gave their testimonies to the Unites States Holocaust Memorial Museum at its inception All proceeds from this book are being donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to specifically assist in attaining new oral histories and testimonies.
Love Carried Me Home Women Surviving Auschwitz A powerful poignant examination of sixteen women s triumphant struggles to survive the Auschwitz Concentration Camp during the Holocaust Bearing witness to atrocities of genocide during the darkest m

  • Title: Love Carried Me Home: Women Surviving Auschwitz
  • Author: Joy Miller
  • ISBN: 9781558748248
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Love Carried Me Home: Women Surviving Auschwitz”

    1. Case studies taken from the US Holocaust Memorial Museum's oral history collection in preparation for a PhD dissertation from a psychotherapist. Also includes follow-up phone conversation info and appendices about coping strategies. I was less interested in the coping mechanisms part and more interested in the arena of women's particular experiences of the holocaust - think this is a great subject that I'd love to read more about.

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