When Jews Found Refuge in Pakistan

Growing Up Jewish in Lahore — And in an Internment Camp

Not Your Typical German Anti-Nazis: From left, Hazel Kahan, her mother Kate, and her brother Michael, in Lahore, Pakistan, in 1948.

COURTESY OF HAZEL KAHAN
Not Your Typical German Anti-Nazis: From left, Hazel Kahan, her mother Kate, and her brother Michael, in Lahore, Pakistan, in 1948.

 

By Gabe Friedman

Published October 18, 2014, issue of October 24, 2014.
Full article: http://forward.com/articles/207415/when-jews-found-refuge-in-pakistan/?p=all#ixzz3IrfmUhjW
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One Response to When Jews Found Refuge in Pakistan

  1. Tariq Ahmedali says:

    I now live in Montreal. When are you giving a talk here?

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