My book: Finding Relly

This book took quite a few years to write. It is about tracing my Aunt Relly who had been married to one of my uncles. She survived Auschwitz, he did not. She was one of the most extraordinary, wonderful people one could every hope to meet, and she welcomed me as her 'long lost niece'. I found her in Sydney, Australia, in 1998. Between 2000 and her death 2010 I visited her five times. The book describes both my personal and the logistic journey of tracing her. I've written it not only to honour my father's murdered family, but to keep the contemporary relevance of the Holocaust and its lessons alive. With the rise of the Far Right at the moment, it appears we have not learned enough.


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