Out of Chaos Edited by Elaine Saphier Fox
The "hidden children" of the Holocaust spent the war denying their identities merely to survive. The stories in Out of Chaos are acts of recovery, representing fragments of memory and experience. The anthology expresses these survivors' memories and reactions to a wide range of experiences as they survived in European settings, including Holland, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Greece, Yugoslavia, Poland, and France. Together the stories form a profound testament to lives lost and found.