This booklet and accompanying CD tell the harrowing story of Peter Lee, a second generation, Jewish, Holocaust survivor and his struggle to find his true identity.
It is a story that focuses on the legacy of the Holocaust and its consequences as they continue to be experienced by present day descendants.
In following Peter's story we touch on the painful reality for all those who are perceived as "different" and their battle against rejection and persecution. This story raises fundamental issues and questions about how we live in society; our attitudes towards "outsiders" and the way in which we are all responsible, through good citizenship, for the kind of community and world we create.
The story will be a significant resource for secondary schools in a varity of subjects where issues of self-identity and humanity are explored. Both adults, whether individually or in groups, who wish to deepen their own understanding will also find here a story of great value and importance.