Read reflections and testimonies written by Holocaust survivors in their own words.

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  • How I Came to Write My Memories

    When I grew up in Paris, after we survived World War II, there was not much talk at home about what we had endured. I knew that all of our close relatives were dead, I no longer had grandparents or cousins or aunts and uncles. I envied my school friends who went for lunch and holidays at their relatives’ homes.

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