My Name, Embroidered - Flora Hogman

“Suddenly one day water was poured on my head and I was told I was a child of God.”

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My Name, Embroidered

by Flora Hogman

World War II separates a young girl from her mother.

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Flora and her mother. Flora writes: “This one I believe was taken in 1942 some time in Vence at a Christian center for children: ‘Maison d’accueil chretienne pour enfants’ where my mother had taken me when the French police came to Nice.”