was born in Kolin
, from where she was deported to concentration camps in Terezin
and Bergen Belsen
She is the author of Fragments of Memory
(Gefen Publishing House
, 1998, c1998, revised edition 2006). Her book is a memoir with a collection of articles written over a period of a few years. Many of her accounts have appeared in publications in various languages: Hebrew
. Her original research paper on the fate of Białystok
children was first published in England at the 1988 Oxford University conference “Remembering for the Future.”
Greenfield is a member of the board of the Terezin Ghetto Museum
, where her program for teaching Czech children tolerance, and educating them about the Holocaust, serves thousands of youth annually. Along with her husband, Murray Greenfield
, she is a co-founder of Gefen Publishing House. Greenfield is also the founder of the Hana Greenfield Fund.
Following her liberation from Bergen-Belsen on the 15th of April 1945, Hana moved to London, soon decided to make aliyah
, and has resided in Israel with her family ever since.
Greenfield, Hana. (1998, revised edition 2006). Fragments of Memory
. Gefen Publishing House
. ISBN 965-229-379-2.