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      Table of Contents: Jewish Historical Studies: Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England, Volume 51 Issue 1

      Jewish Historical Studies
      UCL Press


            Issue information for Jewish Historical Studies: Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England, Volume 51 Issue 1.

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            Kindertransport Symposium Papers
            Archives and the Kindertransport: new discoveries and their impact on research
            Jennifer Craig-Norton
            The Kindertransport from Vienna: the children who came and those left behind
            Paul Weindling
            The experiences of Kindertransportees and their parents: evidence from the archives of the Wiener Holocaust Library
            Annabel Cohen and Barbara Warnock
            The politics of compassion: the Refugee Children’s Movement and caring for the Kinder
            Rose Holmes
            From “unwanted Jew” to “a brighter professional future”: Kinder girls and the nursing profession in wartime Britain
            Jane Brooks
            Modelling bridges between past and current issues of forced migration: Frank Meisler’s memorial sculpture Kindertransport – The Arrival
            Marie-Catherine Allard
            The resilience of the refugee: how Kindertransport memoirs complicate understandings of “resilience”
            Stephanie Homer
            Exploring the integration of child refugees in the United Kingdom: the case of the Kindertransport
            Ujjwal Krishna, Jody Harris and Rebecca Mitchell
            The dominance of the national: on the susceptibility of Holocaust memory
            Bill Niven and Amy Williams
            What the Kindertransportees tell us about the acquisition of English
            Eva-Maria Thüne
            The Dudley Refugee Committee and the Kindertransport, 1938–45
            Richard A. Hawkins
            Wyberlye Ladies Convalescent Home, Burgess Hill
            Lesley Urbach
            The emergence of the Kindertransport in Prague: the Barbican Mission to the Jews, a unique endeavour
            Nurit Grossman
            “All the leaves have lost their trees”: the Kindertransport as an experience of uprooting in the poetry of Gerda Mayer
            Angharad Mountford
            “My Mother”: Karen Gershon’s mother and daughters in her poems
            Anita Barmettler
            Witnessed Improvised Diaspora Journey Enactments: an experiential method for exploring refugee history
            Jon Blend and Roz Carroll
            Rescued twice: the French Kindertransport
            Lilly Maier
            American child welfare and the Wagner-Rogers Bill of 1939
            Catherine Rymph

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            Jewish Historical Studies
            UCL Press
            27 April 2020
            : 51
            : 1
            : i-iii
            [1] Department of Hebrew & Jewish Studies, UCL, UK ; m.berkowitz@ 123456ucl.ac.uk
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            Jewish history,Jewish literature studies,History


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