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Betty Grebenschikoff, 79, is interviewed by her daughter Jennifer Grebenschikoff, 58.
Rachel Markowitz at 86 talks with her son Michael Kuperstein 61 and grandson Zach Kuperstein 26 about some of her early life with Michael and her WWII and Holocaust experiences
This is an interview with my aunt, who tells the story of her aunt’s experience during the Holocaust. It is the a life story, and all about how her experiences growing up during the Holocaust made her a strong woman.
Looking back at the life of a first generation child of Holocaust survivors
Zoe (14) interviews her mother, Ellin (?), about her journey to learn about the Kladno Torah that hangs in their synagogue.
A history from elementary through present day, highlighting school, work, family and words of wisdom.
Being in love can be difficult, hower if two people love each other so much they make it seem almost as if it’s easy. Just ask Anabelle and Richard Sher. Throughout their journey of being in love, Annabelle and Richard...
In this interview, conducted in March 2019 in Lafayette, CO, Tom Lounsbury interviews his friend Renee Frances Krahn about her late father Jacob Frances’ persecution by the Nazis in Thessaloniki, Greece and of his escape to work in the Greek...
Mimi Shaw [no age given], who is a clown entertainer, chats with new friend Sarah Padgett (25) about finding Holocaust paintings, sketches and a manuscript at an estate sale outside of Tallahassee, Florida. She describes the story of holocaust survivors...
We discussed life in Germany before WWII, coming to America as a Jewish immigrant, and experiences as a Jew in Germany and America.
Although aligned with different parties, One Small Step conversation partners Jeff Chamberlain (61) and Jay Brown (49) connect on some of their more moderate stances, their thoughts on healthcare, and their hopes for the country's future.
My grandmothers experiences as a child in the holocaust as well as what her life was like when she got to America
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.
Robin Stein (67) interviews her friend Hanni Myers (90) about her experiences growing up in Austria during the second World War, her family's escape to the states, and her experiences learning, traveling, and building intergenerational relationships in the U.S. and...
We talked about the story of my grandma’s relatives and their experience during the Holocaust and afterwards.
Daniel Golden (38) interviews his grandmother Eve Heyman (92) about her memories as a German-Jew immigrant in the U.S. during WWII.
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.
Yaffa is my Savta (Hebrew for grandma) who grew up in Haifa surrounded by family. She learned very important life lessons about kindness, positivity, and the importance of family from her parents who survived the Holocaust.
Johnna tells parts of the stories of leaving Vienna, leaving Manchester to the United States, and how she ended up with the name Johanna Franklin.