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28 November 2008

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A Kindertransport success story - preview
Kindertransport, Before and After: Elegy and Celebration by Lotte Kramer
  • Edited by Sybil Oldfield
  • Centre for German-Jewish Studies, University of Sussex
  • 1997
  • £10 + £2
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    Her personal experience Her personal experience of the Holocaust is a theme that Lotte Kramer has felt compelled to return to time and again in the thirty years since she began writing poetry
  • Now Sybil Oldfield has had the inspired idea of drawing out these poems from among Kramer’s prolific oeuvre, arranging them in chronological order and issuing them in one volume to commemorate this year’s seventieth anniversary of Kristallnacht and the start of the Kindertransport

  • Stevie Krayer, South Wales AM

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