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I learned how my family came to the U.S. frome Europe. I also learned about my great ancestors
“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...
In this interview, I speak with my oma about how it was growing up in Germany and how the Holocaust affected her.
Ninety-one year old Henry Raymont talks about his life and love with help from my mother, Wendy Marcus Raymont, who has Alzheimer’s disease. They live together in Mexico.
Trudy Lovell, 98 years old, talked about her experience during the Holocaust and her time spent at a concentration camp and her life after that.
On January 10th 2016, I interviewed my 90 year old grandmother about growing up in Germany and escaping the Holocaust.