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Marion Feldman, Malika Mansouri, Marie Rose Moro : to be a jewish adolescent in france during the occupation : what is the aftermath in adulthood ?

This article shows that it is possible to evaluate in adults between seventy-six and eighty years of age the psychical effects of traumatic events experienced over sixty years ago. Here we present the constructive processes of an adolescent Jewish girl in France between 1940 and 1946. In addition to being robbed of her adolescence, the clinical situation shows psychopathological disorders linked to cumulative traumas : a thwarted adulthood, difficulty becoming a mother, troubled marital and maternal relations and a ponderous silence. Retirement permits the liberation she has been waiting for since 1945, in particular through group acknowledgement and the process of writing.

Adolescence, 2013, T. 31, n°3, pp. 601-612.