Rosie Whitehouse is a freelance journalist based in London. Since working for the BBC World Service, she has written for an array of publications including the Sunday Telegraph, The Independent, The Guardian and the Daily Mail. She is an experienced travel writer, with particular expertise in family travel and a historian specialising in Jewish life after the Holocaust. She has authored Bradt’s Liguria and The Holocaust: Europe’s Sites, Museums and Memorials, Cadogan and DK travel guides to France, a book chronicling the experiences of a young family coming to terms with having a dad working as a front-line reporter in the war-torn Balkans (Are We There Yet? Travels with my Frontline Family) and the critically acclaimed account of the thousands of Holocaust survivors who passed through Italy after the end of World War II (The People on the Beach: Journey’s to Freedom After the Holocaust).