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Berger-Lili_small - still image

Berger-Lili_small - still image

Writing both in Yiddish and Polish, first in Poland and then in France, Lili Berger wrote often of other Polish-Jewish writers who had written in Polish or Yiddish. Having been a member of the French Resistance during the Holocaust and then an exile from Communist Poland during the 1960s, she considered it her duty to write about the creative and courageous people whom she had known personally, those who, like her, had undergone the ordeals of World War II and of post-war Communist Poland.

Institution: Found Treasures © 1994 by Frieda Forman et al.

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