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Title : Dividing Hearts: The Removal Of Jewish Children From Gentile Families In Poland In The Immediate Post Holocaust Years
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ISBN : 9789653083301
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 389 Pages
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Dividing Hearts: The Removal Of Jewish Children From Gentile Families In Poland In The Immediate Post Holocaust Years Reviews

  • Meaghan
    2018-09-02 09:53

    This isn't the kind of book full of anecdotes about hidden children and their rescuers. Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of stories, and some of them quite heartrending. But this is definitely an academic text, crammed with footnotes and citations and such. The author seemed more interested in the organizations that removed the Jewish children from their rescuers' homes than in the stories of the children themselves. Which is a good thing, I think. I've read a lot of stories about children hidden by Righteous Gentiles, but before I read this book I didn't realize there was an organized effort to track down these children after the war and return them to the hands of Jews.If you're willing to put up with footnotes covering a third or more of the page, and occasionally dry writing, you'll find much to think about within these pages. The dilemmas presented here are not easily answered. If a child has bonded with their rescuers and has become one of the family, is it really in the best interests of the child to give it to strangers who happen to be relatives? If you decide that relatives' rights prevail over rescuers', how far are you willing to stretch that? Like, if almost everyone in the family was killed and some cousin or great-aunt shows up to claim the child, is that tenuous relationship enough to justify their removal from a good home? Should rescuers be allowed to maintain contact with the child after it is removed? How should rescuers be compensated for their services? Etc etc etc. I think these questions still hold relevancy today. Many of the same problems appear when dealing with our modern foster-care systems.Definitely worth a read for the Holocaust junkie. I was impressed by the research.