The Holocaust in Hungary, 3: "My Homesickness Drove me Home..." - Jewish Life in Postwar Hungary
Edited by Sharon Kangisser Cohen
A compilation of research articles that examine the reconstruction of Jewish life in Hungary after the war. It presents new studies by scholars who researched areas of Jewish life that until now had been largely unexplored. These include the reconstruction of the Jewish community, childcare institutions, and education; the emergence of Holocaust memory and the initiation of documentation; and the attempts of survivors to leave Hungary and begin their lives anew in Eretz Israel.