Dina Souchotinsky-Klayman

Born in January 1928, Dina Souchotinsky-Klayman was 12 when Hitler sent his troops into Belgium following the outset of World War II. The invasion on May 10, 1940, started her family on a seven-month journey across France, Spain and Portugal, on the way to the relative safety of England. Dina Klayman recently completed a biography … Continue reading Dina Souchotinsky-Klayman

Escaping to Freedom Through the Eye of a Hurricane

Introduction Decisions, Decisions… I am in a difficult position. I have been urged to write my story for teenagers, and the idea seems the right thing to do.  However, I am having a real hard time getting started. Even writing this is a difficult exercise. Where to start? Do I start by giving a background … Continue reading Escaping to Freedom Through the Eye of a Hurricane