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Holocaust OdysseysThe Jews of Saint-Martin-Vésubie and Their Flight through France and Italy$
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Susan Zuccotti

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780300122947

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: October 2013

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300122947.001.0001

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Journeys Back

Journeys Back

(p.209) Chapter Twenty-Two Journeys Back
Holocaust Odysseys

Susan Zuccotti

Yale University Press

This chapter focuses on the journeys of nine families of Jewish immigrants and refugees back to the old places they had been during World War II. Jacques and Paulette Samson returned to Saint-Martin-Vésubie in France in 2003, but have never returned to the area of Borgo San Dalmazzo in Italy. Lya Haberman Quitt was the first of the group to return to France from overseas, traveling from Israel to Paris to see her father, Oscar, in 1955. Charles Roman returned to Vienna in 1964, Sigi Hart and his wife Vera visited Juzet-de-Luchon several times, and William Blye and Walter Marx returned to Borgo San Dalmazzo in 1998 to speak at the unveiling of a stone monument in honor of the Italian people for helping the Jews in the province of Cuneo during the war.

Keywords:   Jewish immigrants, refugees, Jews, France, Italy, Saint-Martin-Vésubie, Borgo San Dalmazzo, William Blye, Walter Marx, World War II

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