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          1. Newsletter 9 (February 2011)

 Late Bar Mitzva celebration in Amcha Pardes Hana

 Film: Oldest survivor (106 years old) - Alice dancing under the gallows

Yarmush singing Yiddish (Amcha Beer Sheva)


 Holocaust Trauma: Psychological Effects and Treatment

By Natan P.F. Kellermann

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  • Published: August, 2009 - Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 228 - ISBN: 9781440148873

Newspaper Articles Online 

Intergenerational Dialogue Program, supported by EVZ, See film 'Dor le'Dor'

Professional Papers

Ben Harosh, O. (2002). Contemporary Perception of Identity of Holocaust Survivors in the Jerusalem Amcha Social Club. M.A. Thesis in Social Work. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Abstract.

Tamara B. Franklin, Holger Russig, Isabelle C. Weiss, Johannes Gräff, Natacha Linder, Aubin Michalon, Sandor Vizi, Isabelle M. Mansuy. Epigenetic Transmission of the Impact of Early Stress Across Generations. Biological Psychiatry, 2010; 68 (5): 408 DOI: 10.1016/j.biopsych.2010.05.036

Project on Medicine and the Holocaust. List of papers on 'Survivors of the Holocaust'.

Harvery, D. (2007). Intergenerational transmission of trauma from Holocaust survivors to their children. Baycrest: If-Not-Now Journal, 7.

Kennedy, G.J., Kover, E. & Scalmati, A. (2009) Mental health services for Holocaust survivors: Notes from the 2009 professional exchange to Israel. Primary Psychiatry, 16(12), 26-31.

Mueller, U. & Barash-Kishon, R. (1998). Psychodynamic-supportive group therapy model for elderly Holocaust survivors. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 48(4), 461-75.

Hantman, S. & Solomon, Z. (2007). Recurrent trauma: Holocaust survivors cope with aging and cancer. Social Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 42(5), 396-402.

Levine, J. (2001). Working with victims of persecution: lessons from Holocaust survivors. Social Work, 46(4), 350-60.

Prince, R. (2009). The self in pain: the paradox of memory. The paradox of testimony. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 69(4), 279-90.

Moore, Y. (2009). Thoughts on representation in therapy of Holocaust survivors. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 90(6), 1373-91.

Dasberg, H. (2003) Late-onset of post- traumatic reactions in Holocaust survivors at advanced age. In H. Rossberg & J. Lansen (Eds.). Das Schweigen Brechen (Breaking the silence). Berlin-New York: Peter Lang. 311-348.

A Global Perspective on Working with Holocaust Survivors and the Second Generation. Editor: John Lemberger in cooperation with the World Council of Jewish Communal Service. Jerusalem,  July 1995.
van der Hal, E. (2007). Dissertation: 'Early Childhood Holocaust Survival". Summary.
Kellermann, Natan P.F. (2001). The Long-term Psychological Effects and Treatment of Holocaust Trauma. Journal of Loss and Trauma. 6:197-218. Translated into German.

Brom, D., Durst, N. & Aghassy, G. (2002). The Phenomenology of Posttraumatic Distress in Older Adult Holocaust Survivors. Journal of Clinical Geronpsychology.

Y. Mendelsohn, (Ed.) Volume No. 1: Child Survivors; Forms of Intervention Intervision.

Psychological Trauma and the Holocaust. USHMM.

Belated Bar Mitzva celebration in Amcha Pardes Hanah (Hebrew)


   Yad Vashem 

Deprived Childhood - Holocaust Children Survivors

Holocaust Cybrary - Remember

Comprehensive Resources of the Holocaust

Teacher’s guide to the Holocaust

Holocaust survivors

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum  

Claims Conference 

Artistic Responses to the Holocaust 

Learning from history

GSI - Generations of the Shoah International

Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Center of Organizations of Holocaust Survivors

Survivors of the Shoah - Visual History Foundation

Survivors of the Holocaust - Today (Boesch Exhibition)

Resources for Children of Holocaust Survivors 

Women and the Holocaust

Holocaust Links

Concentration Camps

Red Cross/Magen David Adom

Red Cross Tracing Center.

Int'l Tracing Service.

Holocaust - Shoah

Third and Fourth Generation

Holocaust information page Holocaust links pages

Australian Memories of the Holocaust


The Jewish Magazine (Holocaust Articles)