Please join Natalie Gold at her home Sunday November 21, 2010 from 4 – 6 p.m. in support of Voices of the Generations and meet its founder, Julie Kohner.
Voices of the Generations’ 20 year history of outreach and educational programs is based on the unique story of Julie’s mother Hanna Kohner as told on “This is Your Life” in 1953. She was the first Holocaust Survivor featured on national television in the United States.
Come learn more about our program and the new curriculum. View the original “This Is Your Life” episode and hear Julie discuss her parents book, “Hanna & Walter, A Love Story”
Space is limited. Please RSVP by November 15, 2010 to VOGCharity@VOGCharity.org for directions.
A new citation of “Hanna Kohner” appears in the link (http://www.rp-online.de/gesellschaft/leute/Senta-Bergers-Leben-in-Rezepten_aid_900163.html). Here is the presentation of a new cookbook by an Austrian actress who I like very much and who is very well known in Germany. Her name is Senta Berger. She says that chicken broth and Hollywood are equivalent for her since she has been served chicken broth with cilantro/coriander and sweet potatoes by Hanna Kohner. She says that she often was the guest of Hanna and Walter Kohner, her agent, when she was shooting a film with Kirk Douglas in Los Angeles. This must have been in 1966.
In her new cookbook, she presents meals and memories, honoring the women who taught her cooking and who accompanied and protected her during her life.
I believe that this a wonderful little story.
Thanks to Bettina for alerting me to this post.
The Spiegel article has been reprinted on www.shoa.de. The link is http://www.shoa.de/nachkriegsdeutschland/gedenkkulturen/2572-traumabewaeltigung-20.html. The article is in printed in the German language. By entering the link to the article into translate.google.com/, you can view the text in english.