I Have Lived a Thousand Years: Growing Up in the Holocaust Setting & Symbolism

Livia Bitton-Jackson
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Budapest

Where Bubi lives while attending school and where Elli plans to go upon completion of her own lower education.

Samorja

The town where Elli and her family live.

The Danube

The beautiful river where Elli and her friends, as well as many others from the area, go to swim and to water herds of sheep.

Jewish Teachers Seminary

Where Bubi attends school and where Elli has applied for admission.

Nagymagyar

Where Elli and the many other families are held in a "ghetto" until their transfer to Auschwitz.

Komarom

Where Elli's father is told he has to report for work from the ghetto at Nagymagyar.

Zahlappell

The twice-daily roll call at the prison camps, including Auschwitz.

Plaszow

The forced labor camp in Poland where Elli and Laura are taken after a short stay in Auschwitz.

Augsburg

Where Elli and Laura are sent to work in a German airplane...

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