Introduction to How Can the Children of World War II German National Socialist Sympathizers and Jewish Survivors Talk to Each Other

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Adolescent Psychiatry

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Introduction to How Can the Children of World War II German National Socialist Sympathizers and Jewish Survivors Talk to Each Other



Adolescent Psychiatry, 2(4): 350-352.

Author(s): David W Cline.

Affiliation: Wasie Building, Suite 510, 800 East 28th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55407, USA.

Abstract

This article is an introduction to articles by Peter Pogany-Wnendt and Gottfried Wagner in this issue. In this article the author describes his own experience in coming to terms with his German-American heritage and the role that Germans of his parents’ generation in Germany played in the Holocaust. His goal has been to understand how reconciliation can occur between children of Holocaust survivors and children of Nazi sympathizers.

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Holocaust, children of survivors, Naziism, Germany in World War II.



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Article Details

Volume: 2
Issue Number: 4
First Page: 350
Last Page: 352
Page Count: 3
DOI: 10.2174/2210676611202040350
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