Bells and Trains [פעמונים ורכבות]


Hans returns to his hometown in Germany to visit his aunt Henrietta. Henrietta is living in a Jewish old-people’s home, with other survivors. He wants her to return to Jerusalem with him, but she refuses. Henrietta tells Hans about the past, of the stories of the others living with her, and Hans remembers his own childhood in Germany, especially his childhood love, Lora, whose parents survived the camps. They tell him about her death on the very day of liberation. In the end Hans returns to Israel.
Format: Radio play


Nationality of Author:
Original Language: Hebrew
English Language Translator: Aubrey Hodes
Production Rights Holder:

Kol Israel, 1962

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