Oh, I Remember the Black Birch

Oh, I Remember the Black Birch is about Brina, a young woman rescued during the Holocaust by Japanese Consul Chiune Sugihara in 1940 and brought from Kovno, Lithuania to Kobe, Japan. Once in Japan, Brina is assigned to reside with Batya, who has been living there for some time.
Format: Drama

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Original or Prominent Production:
Remember the Women Institute
Original Source Material: Tea, With Music, a play by the author
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language:
Experience(s) Chronicled: Righteous Gentiles | Rescue

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