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The Children of Willesden Lane : Beyond the Kindertrasport: A Memoir of Music, Love, and Survival

Golabek, Mona and Cohen, Lee.

New York : Grand Central Publising, 2016.

319p.

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This book is an ispiring tribute to the author's mother, Lisa Jura, detaling Lisa's flight from Nazi Germany, and her life after arriving in London on the Kindertransport. It emphasizes the generousitiy of the people who gave her refuge, and a haven for her prodigious talent as a pianist to flourish.

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ISBN:

978-0-446-69027-0

Author:

Golabek, Mona and Cohen, Lee.

Title:

The Children of Willesden Lane : Beyond the Kindertrasport: A Memoir of Music, Love, and Survival.

Publisher:

New York : Grand Central Publising, 2016.

Physical:

319p.

Summary:

This book is an ispiring tribute to the author's mother, Lisa Jura, detaling Lisa's flight from Nazi Germany, and her life after arriving in London on the Kindertransport. It emphasizes the generousitiy of the people who gave her refuge, and a haven for her prodigious talent as a pianist to flourish.

Subject:

--Vienna, Austria , Golabek, Lisa Jura--Childhood and youth--Kindertranport

Subject:

Jewish refugees--England--London.

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