Child survivors of the Holocaust meet in Melbourne
By Jaye Kranz
In September 2013, a tri-colour ad in the Australian Jewish News asked in bold all-caps: “Are you or is a member of your family a child survivor of the Holocaust?” It continued, “Urgently seeking the number of child survivors … as part of negotiations with the German Government for restitution.” At the bottom of the
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