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Fragments of a Life (Robert Hale, London 1990)
In Swedish: Skärvor av ett liv (Natur och Kultur, Stockholm 1992)
In Russian: Осколки одной жизни - дорога в Освенцим и обратно (Rudomino, Moskva 1993)
In German: Nachschlag für eine Gestorbene: ein Leben bis Auschwitz : ein Leben danach (Kraemer Verlag, Hamburg 1995)
In Hebrew: חיים רסיסי (Eked, Tel Aviv 1995)
In Romanian: Franturi dintr-o viaţặ - Drumul la şi de la Auschwitz(Editura Vremea, Bucarest 2002)
Fragments of a life is an autobiography, depicting life in the small town of Sighet, the year as a prisoner in Auschwitz and other work camps, and the sauvetage in Bergen-Belsen.
Livet tillbaka (Natur & Kultur, Stockholm 1995)
In English: Back to Life (2003)
In Romanian: Intoarcera ta viaţặ (Editura Vremea, Bucarest)
How do Holocaust survivors manage to move on? This book is a both personal and documentary depiction of Hédi Frieds efforts to help survivors as well as their children, amongst others in the psychosocial project Café 84. Through sharing life stories, her own and those of others, Hédi Fried shows how important it is to work on the traumatic experiences, to break the silence between the generations and talk, talk, talk....
Livets pendel; Fragment, erfarenheter, insikter (Natur & Kultur 2003)
In Romanian: Pendulul vieţii (Editura Vremea, Bucarest 2003)
This is Hédi Frieds fourth book, about her life before, during and after the Holocaust. Here she shares the insights of her deepest experience, in the hopes of being able to help otherpeople with experiences of persecution, war and violence. It also comes with a pedagogic plan for teachers on how to spread the knowledge of the Holocaust.
Frågor jag fått om Förintelsen (Natur & Kultur, 2016)
Translated to English, Finnish, Danish, Dutch, Khmer, German
In "Questions I am Asked About the Holocaust" Hédi answers a sample of the questions she has been asked throughout the years, questions that are now for the first time collected in a book.
Children's book for all ages. Illustrated by Stina Wirsén.
1995 Café 84: A Global Perspective inWorking with Holocaust Survivors and the Second Generation, Ed. J. Lemberger, pages 81-93
1997 Café 84; A Social Daycare Center for Survivors and their Children, published inPast Trauma in Late Life, Ed. L.Hurt, M.Marshall, Ch.Rowlings, Jessica Kingsley, London
1998 Sweden and the Holocaust, published inAn International Study in Trauma and Healing Ed. J. Kestenberg & Ch. Kahn Praeger, Westport
2009 No Going Back; Letters to Pope Benedict XVI on the Holocaust, page 59. Ed. Carol Rittner, Stephen D Smith, Quill Press
2010 Pedagogik som motstånd, G. Alba & Y. Wibaeus (Eds.) 9-15
Little Big Sister (David Fisher, Tel Aviv 1995)
The Road to Auschwitz (Gregor Nowinski, Stockholm 2004)
Drakulas väg (Gregor Nowinski, Stockholm 2004)
The Last Survivor (Michael Pertnoy, Los Angeles 2006)