Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Lisa Kallai - January 28, 2008


Lisa Kallai was born in Vienna, Austria. After the Germans invaded Vienna, she was sent to live with her grandparents in Habry, Czechoslovakia. Originally she had been registered to the Kindertransport out of Vienna but was transferred to the Winton transport out of Prague. While in England, Lisa attended a refugee school in Haslemere before attending university in London. She was reunited with her parents in 1946. From there, Lisa married and moved to Israel.

  1. Introduction
  2. Life Before the War
  3. Anti-Semitism
  4. Family Life
  5. Being Sent to Czechoslovakia
  6. Life in Czechoslovakia
  7. Being Sent to England
  8. Fate of Family
  9. Arrival in London
  10. Life at the Refugee School
  11. Daily Life at School
  12. Bombing of London
  13. News of Parents
  14. Feelings on Being Sent Away
  15. Thoughts on Nicholas Winton
  16. Thoughts on the Holocaust Portrayed in the Media
  17. Feelings on the Holocaust
  18. Sharing Story
  19. Thoughts on the Holocaust II
  20. Life After the War
  21. Life in Israel
  22. Thoughts on Nicholas Winton II
  23. Thoughts on Sharing Stories of Holocaust
  24. Experience of Parents
  25. Conclusion

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