Selected Works

TV Appearances
Dr. Fogelman is featured on an episode of The Leon Charney Report that discusses psychology as it relates to Holocaust survivors and their families.
Essays
The rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust were motivated for varying reasons. Once a person became a rescuer, a different self was formed. This essay explores their lives before, during and after the war.
Eva Fogelman gives a psychological perspective of the lives of hidden children both during and after the Holocaust.
An exploration of the mourning process as a creative process for female descendants of Holocaust survivors.
Films
An award-winning documentary about the lives of young adults whose parents survived the Holocaust as they grapple with finding out what happened to their parents and how it has shaped their lives.

Bibliographies

Eva Fogelman on the Web


http:/​/​charneyreport.com/​2016/​01/​10/​katharina-von-munster-eva-fogelman-david-scott-paul/​
http:/​/​jewishlinkbc.com/​index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4312:israels-children-under-fire&catid=150:news&Itemid=562
http:/​/​www.southerninstitute.info/​holocaust_education/​slguid7.html
http:/​/​www.jewcy.com/​user/​2485/​eva_fogelman
http:/​/​www.jewcy.com /​post/​future_remembering_generational_differences_among_descendants_survivors
http:/​/​www1.yadvashem.org/​righteous_new/​pdf/​fogelman_The_Rescuer_Self.pdf
http:/​/​www.everydaycitizen.com/​2008/​03/​conscience_and_courage_rescuer.html
http:/​/​www.js.emory.edu/​BLUMENTHAL/​Fogelman.html
http:/​/​www.linkedin.com/​pub/​eva-fogelman/​0/​77/​444
http:/​/​www.randomhouse.com/​author/​results.pperl?authorid=8933
http:/​/​movies.nytimes.com/​person/​782714/​Eva-Fogelman
http:/​/​holocaustrescuers.blogspot.com/​2007/​04/​eva-fogelmans-conscience-courage.html
http:/​/​www.torrentdownloads.net/​torrent/​397946/​Holocaust+Rescuers+-+mp3+-+Dr.+Eva+Fogelman+-+Conscience+&+Courage
http:/​/​www.folksbiene.org/​michel_gala09-fogelman.html
http:/​/​www.flipkart.com/​conscience-courage-eva-fogelman-rescuers/​0385420285-nvw3fmlgid
http:/​/​www.film.com/​celebrities/​eva-fogelman/​14765608
http:/​/​www.amazon.com/​Eva-Fogelman/​e/​B000APBC1G
http:/​/​search.barnesandnoble.com/​booksearch/​results.asp?ATH=Eva+Fogelman
http:/​/​muse.jhu.edu/​login?uri=/​journals/​holocaust_and_genocide_studies/​v018/​18.2fogelman.html
http:/​/​www.librarything.com/​author/​fogelmaneva
http:/​/​books.google.com/​books?id=IEk7S7cRNS0C&pg=PA208&lpg=PA208&dq=eva+fogelman&source=bl&ots=LIolSNFMIi&sig=iGzS865nJsz1fgRiZ9E2sZ-QLZE&hl=en&ei=4QodS_j7GsbSlAf5w7TvCQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=7&ved=0CBoQ6AEwBjgU#v=onepage&q=eva%20fogelman&f=false
http:/​/​www.questia.com/​library/​book/​children-during-the-nazi-reign-psychological-perspective-on-the-interview-process-by-eva-fogelman-judith-s-kestenberg.jsp
http:/​/​www.history.ucsb.edu/​faculty/​marcuse/​classes/​133b/​07Projects/​Fogelman1994ErinEve073.htm

Third Generation Holocaust Survivors Bibliography


Bar-On, D., & Gilad, D. (1994). "To Rebuild Life: A Narrative Analysis of Three Generations of an Israeli Holocaust Survivor’s Family." In A. Lieblich & R. Josselson (Eds.), Exploring Identity and Gender: The Narrative Study of Lives, Vol. 2. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 83-112.

Bachar, E. (1994). "Aggression Expression in Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors: A Comparative Study." Israeli Journal of Psychiatry and Related Disciplines, 31(1), 41-47.

Berger, A. L. (2010). “Unclaimed Experience: Trauma and Identity in Third Generaton Writing about the Holocaust.” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, 28 (3), 149-158.

Chaitin, J. (2002). Children and grandchildren face the Holocaust: The case of Paradoxical Relevance. Holocaust Citizenship and Education. Budapest: Hannah Arendt Foundation and Goethe Institute. (in Hungarian)

Chaitin, J. (2000). "Facing the Holocaust in generations of families of survivors – The case of Partial Relevance and interpersonal values." Contemporary Family Therapy, 22 (3): 289-313.

Chaitin, J. (2002). Issues and interpersonal values among three generations in families of Holocaust survivors. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 19 (3): 385-408.

Chaitin, J. (forthcoming). Post-war coping and value patterns in three generation families of Holocaust survivors. In A.P. Hare (ed.) SYMLOG Jubilee Book.

Chaitin, J. (2004). The relevance and meaning of the Holocaust for children and grandchildren of survivors: The case of Paradoxical Relevance. Children in War. The International Journal of Evacuee and War Child Studies, Vol. 1(1), 79-89.

Fogelman, E. (2008) “Third Generation Descendants of Holocaust Survivors and the Future of Remembering.” Jewcy. Retrieved from http:/​/​www.jewcy.com/​post/​future_remembering_generational_differences_among_descendants_survivors

Fogelman, E. (2008). Psychological Dynamics in the Lives of the Third Generation of Holocaust Survivors. The Hidden Child, Vol. XVI, 10-12.

Fossion, P., et al (2003). Family Approach with Grandchildren of the Holocaust survivors. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 57 (4), 519-534.

Garfield, K. (2010). “Third-Generation Jews Fight to Keep Holocaust Memory Alive.” Huffington Post. Retrieved from http:/​/​www.huffingtonpost.com/​2010/​04/​20/​third-generation-jews-fig_n_545114.html

Hogman, F. (1995). “Memory of the Holocaust.” Echoes of the Holocaust, 4.

Lite, J. (2006). “Keeping Memory Alive: Holocaust survivor grandkids wrestle with their legacy. ‘I never understood what they experienced.’” New York Daily News. Retrieved from http:/​/​www.nydailynews.com/​archives/​news/​2006/​10/​01/​2006-10-01_keeping_memory_alive__holoca.html

Litvak- Hirsch, T. & Bar-On, D. (2006). To Rebuild life: A longitudinal study of the influences of the Holocaust on the following generations. Family Process, 45 (4), 465-483.

Palevsky, S. (2008). The Third Generation: What It’s Like to Be a Grandchild of Holocaust Survivors. Jweekly.com. Retrived from http:/​/​www.jweekly.com/​article/​full/​34856/​the-third-generation/​

Safier, C. (2009). Inheriting the Holocaust: Survivors’ Grandchildren Connect Worldwide. PresenTense. Retrieved from http:/​/​www.presentense.org/​magazine/​inheriting-the-holocaust-survivors-grandchildren-connect-worldwide

Scharf, M. (2007). Long-term effects of trauma: Psychosocial functioning of the second and third generation of Holocaust survivors. Development and Psychopathology, 19, 603-622.

Books

Bar-on, D. (1995). Fear and Hope: Three Generations of the Holocaust. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Foer, J. S. (2003). Everything Is Illuminated. New York: Perennial.

Mark, S. O. (2004). The Babies. Philadelphia: Saturnalia Books.

Rosenthal, G. (Ed.) (1998). The Holocaust in three generations: Families of victims and perpetrators of the Nazi regime. London: Kassel.

Semel, N. (2008) And the Rat Laughed. Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.

Skibell, J. (1999). A Blessing on the Moon. New York: Berkley Trade.

Doctoral Dissertations

Bienstock, B. E. (1989). "Daughters and granddaughters of female concentration camp survivors: Mother-daughter relationships" PhD Dissertation, Florida Institute of Technology. Dissertation Abstracts International, 50/​01, 340.

Ganz, E. (2002). Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma: Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors (Doctoral dissertation, The Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University, 2002).

Hever, H. (2006). The transgenerational transmission of Holocaust trauma to third generation female adolescents: The contribution of attachment dimensions, internal maternal representations mental health and empathy towards mother and grandmother figures to coping with the journey to Poland. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Bar-Ilan University.

Huttman, J. P. (2004.) "The intergenerational effects of the Holocaust on patterns of attachment in the grandchildren of survivors." (PhD Dissertation, Alliant International University, Fresno, 2004.) Dissertation Abstracts International, 64/​09, 4619]

Jurkowitz, S.W. (1996). Transgenerational transmission of depression, shame and guilt in Holocaust families: An examination of three generations (Doctoral dissertation, California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles) Dissertation Abstracts International, 57, 2946.

Liebenau, K. P. (1992.) A comparison of third generation descendants of Holocaust survivors scores with the norms on self-esteem, locus-of- control, behavioral and social problems (PhD Dissertation California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno.) Dissertation Abstracts International, 53/​04, 2067.

Yoslow, M. (2007). The pride and price of remembrance: An empirical view of transgenerational post-Holocaust trauma and associated transpersonal elements in the third generation (Doctoral dissertation, Institute for Transpersonal Psychology, 2007).




Second Generation Holocaust Survivors Bibliography


Fogelman, E., Patch, V., Binette, B., & Raynes, A. (1976). Systems Theory Applied to the Treatment of Heroin Addicts. Proceedings of the National Drug Abuse
Conference.

Feierstein, J. & Fogelman, E. (1976). Notes on Jewish Feminist Journalism. Genesis, Oct., xx.

Fogelman, E. (1976). Anthology Focuses on Jewish Feminist Journalism. Genesis, Oct., xx.

Fogelman, E. (1976). Review of Lillith Magazine. Equinox, Dec., xx.

Fogelman, E. (1977). Awareness Groups for Children of Holocaust Survivors. Jewish Advocate, Dec. 29, 3.

Fogelman, E. (1978). Awareness Groups for Children of Holocaust Survivors. Shoah: A Review of Holocaust Studies and Commemorations, 4, 11.

Fogelman, E. (1978). One Generation After. Baltimore Jewish Times, Apr. 28, 40-43.

Fogelman, E., & Savran, B. (1979). Therapeutic Groups for Children of Holocaust Survivors. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 29 (2), 211-235.

Fogelman, E. (1979). Time to End the Silence. Boston Globe, Apr. 18, Op-Ed.

Fogelman, E. (1979). Time Must Not Save Nazi War Criminals. Boston Globe, May 4, Op-Ed.

Fogelman, E. (1979). A Bibliography of Survivors and Their Children: Psychosocial Impact of the Holocaust. New York: National Jewish Resource Center.

Fogelman, E. (1979). Organizations for Children of Holocaust Survivors. Shoah: A Review of Holocaust Studies and Commemorations, 4.

Savran, B. & Fogelman, E. (1980). Psychological Issues in the Lives of Children of Holocaust Survivors: The Children As Adults. In L. Steinitz & D. Szonyi (Eds.), Living After the Holocaust. New York: Bloch Publishers, 146-156.

Fogelman, E. & Savran, B. (1980). Brief Group Therapy with Oppsring of Holocaust Survivors: Leaders’ Reactions. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 50 (1), 96-108.

Savran, B. & Fogelman, E. (1981). Talking with Our Children About the Holocaust. In S. Strassfeld & E. Green (Eds.), The Jewish Family Book. New York: Bantam Books, 285-297.

Fogelman, E. (1982). The Responsibility of Remembering the Holocaust. Congressional Record, May 13, 57, E2247.

Fogelman, E. (1984). An Affirmation of Life. In S.E. Bloch (Ed.), From Holocaust to Redemption: Bearing Witness. New York: The World Gathering of Holocaust Survivors, xxx-xxx.

Fogelman, E. (1984). To the Promised Land: Who Shall Lead the Way? Jewish World, July 13-19, 16.

Fogelman, E. (1984). Social Psychological Study of the Rescuers. Martyrdom and Resistance, Sept-Oct., x.

Weiner, V.L., Fogelman, E. & Cohen, S.P. (1985). Rescuers. Why Righteous Gentiles Risked Their Lives to Save Jews. National Jewish Monthly, 1, 16-19.

Fogelman, E. & Teicholz, T. (1985). Reconciliation for the Generation After the Holocaust. The Forward, May 24, 29.

Fogelman, E. & Weiner, V.L. (1985). The Few, the Brave, the Noble. Psychology Today, 19, (8), 60-65.

Fogelman, E. & Weiner, V.L. (1985). Genen Den Strom. Psychologie Heute, Nov., 29-31.

Fogelman, E. (1986). [Review on When Light Pierced the Darkness: Christian Rescue of Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland, by Nechama Tec.] Jewish Telegraphic Agency, April.

Fogelman, E. (1986). New York: American Gathering and Federation of Holocaust Survivors, xx-xx.

Fogelman, E. (1986). Special Organization Formed for Child Survivors. Together, 1, (2), 5.

Fogelman, E. (1987). Overwhelming Subject ‘Shoah’. Dial Thirteen, Apr. 18-19, 45.

Fogelman, E. (1987). The Rescuers: A Socio-psychological Study of Altruistic Behavior During the Nazi Era. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, City University of New York. (U.M.I. 300 Zeeb Rd. Ann Arbor, Mi. 48106 order no. 8801711)

Fogelman, E. (1987). Psychosocial Perspective of the Holocaust and its Aftermath. Together, x, (x), x.

Fogelman, E. (1988). Psychological Origins of Rescue. Dimensions, 3, (3), 9-12.

Fogelman, E. (1988). [Review of Ann Frank Remembered by M. Gies with A. Gold]. Lilith, x, x.

Fogelman, E. (1988). A Bibliography Psychosocial Impact of the Holocaust on Second Generation of Survivors. In H. Epstein Children of the Holocaust. New York: Viking, 346-355.

Fogelman, E. (1988). The Relationship Between the Rescued Jewish Child and Their Rescuer’s Children. In Remembering for the Future. London: Pergamon Press, 632-636.

Fogelman, E. (1988). Therapeutic Alternatives for Holocaust Survivors and Second Generation. In R. Braham (Ed.), The Psychological Pespectives of the Holocaust and of its Aftermath. New York: Columbia University Press, 79-108.

Fogelman, E. (1988). Intergenerational Group Therapy: Child Survivors of the Holocaust and Offspring of Survivors. Psychoanalytic Review, 75, (4), 619-640.

Fogelman, E. (1989). Forgotten Heroes: Rescuers of Jews During the Nazi Period. America, xx.

Fogelman, E. (1989). Bearing the Burden. [Review Essay of Born Guilty by P. Sichrovsky] Readings, 4, (4), 22-25.

Fogelman, E. (1989). From Mourning to Creativity: The Second Generation of Holocaust Survivors in Europe, Israel and the United States. Midstream, in press.

Fogelman, E. (1989). Group Treatment as a Therapeutic Modality for Generations of the Holocaust. In P. Marcus & A. Rosenberg (Eds.) Healing Their Wounds: Psychotherapy with Holocaust Survivors and Their Families. New York: Praeger Press, 119-133.

Fogelman, E. (1990). Teaching the Holocaust: Implications for Modern Religious Education. In K. B. Cully & I. V. Cully (Eds.) Harper’s Dictionary of Religious Education. New York: Harper and Row Publishers, 308-312.

Fogelman, E. (1990). Survivor Victims of War and Holocaust. In D. Leviton (ed.) Horrendous Death, Health and Well-being. Wash. D.C.: Hemisphere Press, 37-45.

Fogelman, E. (1990). Second Generation of Survivors. Encyclopedia of the Holocaust. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.

Fogelman, E. (1990). In Search of Goodness: Finding and Recognizing Righteous Gentiles. Women’s American ORT Reporter, Spring, xx-xx.

Fogelman, E. (1990). [Review Essay of Legacy of Silence Encounters With Children of the Third Reich by D. Bar-On] Forward, June 8, 11.

Fogelman, E. (1990). Guest editor. Moral Courage During the Holocaust, Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies, 3. New York: Anti-Defamation League.

Szonyi, D. and Fogelman, E. (1990). The Rescuers’ Importance and Their Challenge, Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies, 5, 3, 3.

Fogelman, E. (1990). What Motivated the Rescuers? Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies, 5, 3, 8-11.

Fogelman, E. (1990-91). Jewish and Christian Migrations to American Cities During and After the Nazi Occupation. American Jewish History, 80, 2, 282-290.

Fogelman, E. (1992). “Mourning Without Graves” in A. Medvene (ed.) Storms and Rainbows: The Many Faces of Death. Baltimore: Lilith Press, 25-43.

Fogelman, E. (1992). “Gruppenarbeit mit der Zweiten Generation von Holocaustuberlebenden in den USA” in G. Hardtmann (Ed.) Spuren der Verfolgung: Seelische Auswirkungen des Holocaust auf die Opfer und ihre Kinder. Gerlingen: Bleicher Verlag, 102-118.

Fogelman, E. (1994). Introduction. In Fogelman, E. & Kestenberg, J. (Eds.) Children During the Nazi Reign: Psychological Perspective on the Interview Process. Greenwood Publishing Group Inc.

Fogelman, E. (1994). Effects of interviews with rescued child survivors. In Fogelman, E. & Kestenberg, J. (Eds.) Children During the Nazi Reign: Psychological Perspective on the Interview Process. Greenwood Publishing Group Inc.

Fogelman, E., Hogman, F. & Wallace, D. (1994). A follow-up study: Child survivor of the Nazi Holocaust reflect on being interviewed. In Fogelman, E. & Kestenberg, J. (Eds.) Children During the Nazi Reign: Psychological Perspective on the Interview Process. Greenwood Publishing Group Inc.

Fogelman, E. (1994, winter). The Hidden Children [Review of Howard Greenfeld’s book] The Hidden Child Newsletter. New York: Hidden Child Foundation /​ ADL.

Fogelman, E. (1994, March). Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust: A Model for a Caring Community. Tikkun, 9, (2), 61-64, 90.

Fogelman, E. (1994, Fall). Telling Your Grandchildren About the Holocaust. The Hidden Child Newsletter. New York: Hidden Child Foundation /​ ADL.

Fogelman, E. (1996). In Extremis, How Morality Survives [Review on Facing the Extreme: Moral Life in the Concentration Camps, by Tzvetan Todorov], Boston Globe, Jan. 21, B20.

Fogelman, E. (1996). Conscience and Courage. In L. Kahn and R. Hager (Eds.) When They Came to Take My Father: Voice of the Holocaust, New York: Arcade Publishing, 40-41.

Fogelman, E. (1996). Victims, Perpetrators, Bystanders, and Rescuers in the Face of Genocide and Its Aftermath. In C.B. Strozier and M. Flynn (Eds.) Genocide, War and Human Survival, Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 87-97.

Fogelman, E. (1996). Israeli Families. In M. McGoldrick, J. Giordano and J.K. Pearce (Eds.) Ethnicity and Family Therapy. New York: The Guilford Press, 638-645.

Fogelman, E. (1997). Immigrant Coping and Adaptation, Clio’s Psyche, 4 (3), 89-91.

Fogelman, E. (1997). [Review of The Cry of Mute Children: A Psychoanalytic Perspective of the Second Generation of the Holocaust by Kogan, I.] The Psychohistory Review: Studies of Motivation in History and Culture, 25, 2, 201-204.

Fogelman, E. (1998). The Rescuer Self. In M. Berenbaum and A. J. Peck (Eds.) The Holocaust and History: The Known, the Unknown, the Disputed, and the Reexamined. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 663-677.

Fogelman, E. (1998). Group Belonging and Mourning as Factors in Resilience in the Second Generation of Holocaust Survivors, Psychoanalytic Review, 85 (4), 538-549.

Fogelman, E. (1999). Holocaust Saturation in America [Review on Americanization of the Holocaust by Peter Novick, Houghton Mifflin Company] Clio’s Psyche, 6, 3, 97-99.

Fogelman, E. (2000). What Turns Children Into Killers? [Review on Cries Unheard: Why Children Kill: The Story of Mary Bell by Gitta Sereny, Metropolitan Books Henry Holt and Company] Congress Monthly, 67, 1, 19-20.

Fogelman, E. (2001). Coping with the Psychological Aftermath of Survival and Extreme Trauma. In M. Rosenshaft (Ed.) Life Reborn: Jewish Displaced Persons 1945-1951. Washington, D.C.: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 89-96.

Fogelman, E. (2001). Exploding Psychological Myths about Generations of the Holocaust in Israel and North America. In J. Roth and E. Maxwell (Eds.) Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocide. Hampshire, England, 93-107.

Fogelman, E. (2001). Introduction: Transforming a Legacy of Loss. In M. Weisel (Ed.) Daughters of Absence: Transforming a Legacy of Loss. Sterling, Virginia: Capital Books, xxiv-xxxv.

Fogelman, E. (2001). Adult Offspring of Holocaust Survivors as Moral Voices in the American Jewish Community. In A.L. Berger and N. Berger Second Generation Voices: Reflections by Children of Holocaust Survivors and Perpetrators. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, 208-226.

Bass-Wichelhaus, H. & Fogelman, E. (2002). The Role of Group Experiences in the Healing Process of Massive Childhood Holocaust Trauma. Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 4, 1, 31-47.

Fogelman, E. (2004). [Review of Philosemitism: Admiration and Support in the English-Speaking World for Jews by Rubinstein, W.D. & H.L.] Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 18, 5, 328-330.

Fogelman, E. (2006). Forward. Life After Auschwitz. The Second Generation In Germany. Grünberg, K. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

Fogelman, E. (2007). On Blaming the Victim. In Mais, Y. (Ed.) Daring to Resist: Jewish Defiance in the Holocaust. New York: Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, 134-137.

Fogelman, E. (2007). Holocaust Child Survivors Reflect on Their Past and its Implications for the Present and Future. Psychoanalytic Perspectives: A Journal of Integration and Innovation (Special Feature: Holocaust Child Survivor Roundtable—Part II), 5, 1, 35-43.

Elovitz, P. & Fogelman, E. (2007). In Memorial: Isaac Zieman, Survivor and Peacemaker. Clio’s Psyche, 14, 1 & 2, 33-36.

Fogelman, E. (2008). Gender as a Factor in Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust. In Hertzog, E. (Ed.) Life, Death and Sacrifice: Women and Family in the Holocaust. Jerusalem: Gefen Publishing House, 243-256.

Fogelman, E. (2008). Psychological Dynamics in Aging Survivors of the Holocaust. Clio’s Psyche, 15, 3, 150-152.

Fogelman, E. (2008). Psychological Dynamics in the Lives of the Third Generation of Holocaust Survivors. The Hidden Child, Vol. XVI, 10-12.

Fogelman, E. (2009). [Review of Sister in Sorrow: Life Histories of Female Holocaust Survivors from Hungary by Ilana Rosen]. Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women Studies and Gender Issues, Fall, 18, 249-253.

Fogelman, E. (2010). [Review of Saviors in the Night].


Books

Fogelman, E. (1994). Conscience and Courage: Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust. New York: Anchor, Doubleday. (Published in German, Czech, English British version)

Fogelman, E. (1995). Wir waren keine Helden: Lebensretter im Angesicht des Holocaust Motive, Geschichten, Hintergründe. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag GmbH.

Fogelman, E. (1995). Conscience and Courage: Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust. London: Cassell Wellington House.

Fogelman, E. (1996). Conscience and Courage: Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust. London: Victor Gollancz. Imprint of Wellington House.

Fogelman, E. (1998). Wir waren keine Helden: Lebensretter im Angesicht des Holocaust Motive, Geschichten, Hintergründe. München: Deutscher Tashenbuch Verlag GmbH & Co. KG.

Fogelman, E. & Kestenberg, J. (Eds.) Children During the Nazi Reign: Psychological Perspective on the Interview Process. Greenwood Publishing Group Inc.

Films

Breaking the Silence: The Generation After the Holocaust (1984) (writer and co-producer), National PBS, Modern Museum of Art, Margaret Mead Film Festival (USA); 3rd channel, Berlin Film Festival (Germany); Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv and Haifa Cinematique (Israel); England, Belgium, France, and Sweden, among others. Winner of Blue Ribbon of the American Film Festival, Golden Cine Award and others.

Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II (1993) (contributing Producer), nominated for Academy Award, National PBS (USA), many international showings and awards.

Aging Holocaust Survivor Bibliography


Ashin, D. (2003). Inexpensive drug relieves Holocaust nightmares. The Jewish Transcript (January 24): 1, 9.

Barnea, T. and Habib, J. (1992). (Eds.) Aging in Israel in the 1990s. JDC, ESHEL, and the JDC-Brookdale Institute, Jerusalem.

Be'er, S. and Factor, H. (1990). Long-term Care Institutions and Sheltered Housing: The Situation in 1989 and Development Over Time. Jerusalem: JDC-Brookdale Institute. (Hebrew)

Be'er, S. and Factor, H. (1989). Demographic Development of the Elderly in Israel, 1988-2000. Jerusalem: JDC-Brookdale Institute. (Hebrew)

Berezin, M. A. (1981). Introduction to the special issue on the aging survivor of the Holocaust. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 14 (2), 131-133.

Cath, S. (1981). Discussion: The effects of the Holocaust on life cycle experiences: Recreation of families. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 14 (2), 155-160.

Cohen, B. B. (1991, April). Holocaust survivors and the crisis of aging. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 72 (4), 226-232.

Cycowicz, G. (1995). Working with Survivors in Homes for the Aged. In J. Lemberger (Ed.), A Global Perspective on Working with Holocaust Survivors and the Second Generation. Jerusalem: JDC-Brookdale Institute of Gerontology and Human Development.

Danieli, Y. (1981). Discussion: On the achievement of integration in aging survivors of the Nazi Holocaust. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 14 (2), 191-210.

Danieli, Y. (1981). On the achievement of integration in aging survivors of the Nazi Holocaust. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 14 (2), 191-210.

Danieli, Y. (1994). As Survivors Age: Part 1. NCPTSD Clinical Quarterly, 4 (1): 1, 3-7.

Danieli, Y. (1994). As Survivors Age: Part 2. NCPTSD Clinical Quarterly, 4 (2): 20-24.

David, P. (2003). Caring for the Aging Survivors of Early Life Trauma Due to War: Survivors of the Holocaust Training Manual. Toronto: Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care.

David, P. (2002). Aging Survivors of the Holocaust in Long Term Care: Unique Needs, Unique Responses. Journal of Social Work in Long Term Care, 1 (3), New York: Haworth Press Inc.

Dawes, P. L. (1981). The nurse's aide and the team approach in the nursing home. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 14 (2), 265-266.

Ehrlich, P. (1988). Treatment issues in the psychotherapy of Holocaust survivors. In J. P. Wilson, Z. Harel & B. Kahana (Eds.) Human Adaptation to Extreme Stress: From the Holocaust to Vietnam. New York: Plenum Press, 285-303.

Factor, H. (1995). The Need for Long-term Care Services Among Elderly Holocaust Survivors Living in Israel. In J. Lemberger (Ed.), A Global Perspective on Working with Holocaust Survivors and the Second Generation. Jerusalem: JDC-Brookdale Institute of Gerontology and Human Development.

Factor, H., Be'er, S. and Primak, H. (1992). Projections of Demographics, Disability, and Service Needs of the Elderly to the Year 2000. In Barnea T. and Habib, J. (Eds.) Aging in Israel in 90s, JDC-Brookdale Institute, JDC-Israel and ESHEL, Jerusalem. (Hebrew)

Factor, H. and Primak, H. (1990). Disability among the Elderly in Israel. Jerusalem: JDC-Brookdale Institute. (Hebrew)

Fogelman, E. (1991). Survivor-victims of war and Holocaust. In D. Leviton (Ed.), Horrendous Death and Health: Toward Action. Wash. D.C.: Hemisphere Publishing Inc., 37-45.

Fogelman, E. (2003). It takes a village to work with aging Holocaust survivors. Paper presented at “Honoring Life: Working Effectively with Holocaust Survivors,” sponsored by Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, UJA Federation of New York in coordination with the Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies and Selfhelp Community Services, March 2-3.

Fried, H. and Waxman, H.M. (1988). Stockholm's Cafe 1984: A Unique Day Program for Jewish Survivors of Concentration Camps. Gerontologist 28:253-255.

Fried, H. (1998). Café 84: A Social Daycare Centre for Survivors and their Children. In L. Hunt, M. Marshall & C. Rowlings (Eds.), Past Trauma in Late Life: European Perspectives on Therapeutic Work with Older People. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Inc.

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