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Reflections on being an immigrant, approaching age 88, WWII, parenting
For my Living History Project, I interviewed my grandma about her family’s experiences during the Holocaust: from growing up in a Siberian labor camp to immigrating to the United States.
Edgar was a Holocaust survivor in communist Romania. He talked to me about a close call he had as an Underground agent.
My Grandpa was born in 1930. We talked about everything from the start of WWII to him going on road trips with my Grandma and all of their kids. We even talked about who he voted for in the 1948...
“My grandmother didn’t want to leave, and my mother, very bravely at age 24 went back to Prague and got her mother and her younger sister Mimi out of Prague with great difficulty… on the last train before Hitler marched...
My grandmothers experiences as a child in the holocaust as well as what her life was like when she got to America
We discussed life in Germany before WWII, coming to America as a Jewish immigrant, and experiences as a Jew in Germany and America.