Greta Elbogen talks about her life

In April, Greta Elbogen visited Vienna at the invitation of the Jewish Welcome Service and the Theodor Kramer Society. When she was a baby, Elbogen and her family fled to Budapest, her father was murdered in Dachau, her mother and brother were temporarily arrested. Raoul Wallenberg’s safe-conduct pass saved her life. In 1956, she came to Vienna, and later went to New York. Greta Elbogen worked as a social worker and is a spiritual teacher, psychotherapist and poet. In Vienna and Innsbruck, she presented the poetry collection Gott spielt Verstecken / God Plays Hide And Seek together with Konstantin Kaiser and Evelyn Adunka from the Theodor Kramer Society. Information on the book (in German).