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Title
Philip N. Backstrom Survivor Lecture Series
Creator
Ornstein, Anna
Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.)
Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Committee
Abstract
Holocaust survivor Anna Ornstein discusses her experiences during the Holocaust as part of the Philip N. Backstrom Survivor Lecture Series held during Northeastern University's annual Holocaust Awareness Week. Ornstein, originally from Hungary, was a teenager when the war began and was deported to Auschwitz with her mother. She later became a child psychiatrist, and her talk focuses on human behavior during the war, current threats to American democracy, and the dangers of xenophobia. She also answers audience questions.
Title
Philip N. Backstrom Survivor Lecture Series transcript. Anna Ornstein. 2018
Alternative Title
Anna Ornstein : 2018
Creator
Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.), Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Committee (Creator)
Contributor
Ornstein, Anna, 1927- (Speaker)
Language
English
Date created
2018
Type of resource
Text
Genre
Transcripts
Format
Abstract/Description
Holocaust survivor Anna Ornstein discusses her experiences during the Holocaust as part of the Philip N. Backstrom Survivor Lecture Series held during Northeastern University's annual Holocaust Awareness Week. Ornstein, originally from Hungary, was a teenager when the war began and was deported to Auschwitz with her mother. She later became a child psychiatrist, and her talk focuses on human behavior during the war, current threats to American democracy, and the dangers of xenophobia. She also answers audience questions.
Related item
Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Committee records (A67)
Holocaust awareness series. Backstrom Holocaust survivors speakers series ; 2018
Subjects and keywords
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives
Czech Republic
Berlin (Germany)
Munich (Germany)
Debrecen (Hungary)
Budapest (Hungary)
Heidelberg (Germany)
Ornstein, Anna, 1927-
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Northeastern University Library
Archives and Special Collections (A67)
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