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Transmission: From Experience to Awareness: Jewish Children Hidden in France and Their Children

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The purpose of this research was to attempt to understand how the experience of having been a Jewish child hidden in France during the Occupation was transmitted to offspring. This analysis is based on research carried out among former hidden Jewish children, and the therapeutic follow-up provided in the setting of our clinical activities. The psychopathology of the first generation plays a role in the transmission process. The transmission of their history is also a source of ambivalence. This study shows how important it is to consider the complexity of personal histories and the distortions attendant on the transmission of these histories.
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Keywords: Affiliation; hidden Jewish children; identity; transmission; trauma

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Department of Clinical Psychology, Paris Descartes University, Paris, France 2: Child Psychiatrist, Private Practice, Paris, France

Publication date: April 3, 2018

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