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      • The Children of Willesden Lane is a memoir by Mona Golabek, documenting the life of her mother, Lisa, from the time she left Vienna, Austria to the end of World War II. It has been adapted into a film and an organization formed in honor of the book, that is dedicated to empowering people with the arts
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  2. The Children of Willesden Lane: A True Story of Hope and Survival During World War II (Young Readers Edition) Paperback – March 28, 2017 by Emil Sher (Adapter), Mona Golabek (Author), Lee Cohen (Author) 107 ratings Kindle $7.99 Read with Our Free App Hardcover $33.07 4 Used from $33.07 Paperback $7.99 73 Used from $1.30 20 New from $5.95

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  3. 978-0-446-69027-0. The Children of Willesden Lane is a memoir by Mona Golabek, documenting the life of her mother, Lisa, from the time she left Vienna, Austria to the end of World War II. It has been adapted into a film and an organization formed in honor of the book, that is dedicated to empowering people with the arts.

  4. The Children of Willesden Lane is about some of the 10,000 children from the Kindertransport of 1938 - 1939. An absolutely excellent book that follows some of the children from 1938 through 1945. Much of the focus is on Bloomsbury House, which housed about 32 children from the transport.

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  5. May 25, 2002 · "The Children of Willesden Lane" is a testament of the power of music to heal a broken heart and the triumph of the human spirit. A lovely and moving account of a young 15-year old girl who was saved from the atrocities of Nazi-occupied Austria by her parent's heart-wrenching decision to send her to England via the Kindertransport.

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  6. Willesden Green was an older neighborhood of large brick houses. Its corners were alive with tiny shopsa butchers, a druggists, a laundry, and a bakery. Only one shop was boarded and had a sign: Long Live Britain, God Bless You All. The houses on Willesden Lane were surrounded by neatly manicured lawns.

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