At Holocaust Remembrance Day, a Look at the Scheme That Helped Save My Family – Valley News – Saturday January 26, 2019
A little over a year ago my mother showed me an article she happened upon that bore the headline “ ‘He should be as well known as Schindler’: Documents reveal Canadian citizen Julius Kuhl as Holocaust hero,” by a writer named Mark MacKinnon.
As I read, I was drawn to a picture of a Paraguayan passport that had an uncanny resemblance to my grandfather’s falsified Paraguayan passport from 1943. Looking at the image next to my grandfather’s passport, I didn’t need a degree in handwriting analysis to see the documents came from the same person….[read more]
Authored by Marta Knobloch
Edited by Kip Piper
An anthology of stories about funny and wacky situations where a tool or tools are needed but not available, and the atypical and ingenious resources used to solve the problem.
This is Heidi’s doctoral dissertation from 1992.
Heidi’s next project — This is still only a twinkle in my eye, but I hope to write the nonfiction story of the metal Jews in Westerbork with Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld and Myriam Daru.