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In the aftermath of World War II, approximately 500,000 Holocaust survivors immigrated to Israel. The complex experiences of this shattered group and their encounters with Israeli society were reduced to a series of superficial representations in Israeli feature films. In films produced both in pre-state Israel, and in the early decades of the fledgling state, Holocaust survivors were depicted as traumatized individuals saved by other Jews and transformed into active, strong, healthy civiliansdoi:10.25071/2369-7326.40273 fatcat:ucfqtnrcejfbloxvmp7klhv4du