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Someone Made a Mistake So I am Here Now.
University over the Abyss, Die Post im Ghetto Theresienstadt and Die Ordnung des Terrors: das Konzentrationslager. She is the founding member of Terezín Initiative (the Association of Holocaust survivors in the Czech Republic), and its Chairperson since 1999. was married for almost 60 years and has three children and six grandchildren.survived the Holocaust. After returning from the camps and completing her secondary and post-secondary education, she studied Czech and German at the Charles University in Prague. Until 1991, she taught languages at schools and Universities in Czechoslovakia, Ghana, and Sweden. Since her retirement, she has devoted herself exclusively to translations. Her particular field of work is the Holocaust. She has translated dozens of papers and books, to and from Czech, German and English; among others,
The book, Someone Made a Mistake so I am Here Now, is her life story before, during and after World War II.
Brundibár to Western Canada.is Dagmar Lieblová’s daughter. In 1987, she moved to Saskatoon, where most of her professional career has been spent working as an educational psychologist, researcher, educator and translator. In 2004, she was the producer and the driving force behind bringing the children’s opera
In 2016 she translated her mother’s memoirs into English.