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As a young girl Edith Eger of Kosice, Czechoslovakia, was deported to Auschwitz where both of her parents were murdered. After the war, she moved to the United States and became a clinical psychologist with her own practice in La Jolla, CA. While she could have chosen to remain a permanent victim, she realized early on that true freedom can only be found by forgiving, letting go, and moving on. Digital Library Development Program, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/digital-library)
Holocaust survivors--Psychology Jews, Hungarian Gunskirchen (Concentration camp) Birkenau (Concentration camp) Personal narratives--Jewish Slovakia--Košice Austria 1944-1945
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