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Just to go back to the song for a second, do you remember how
the song went?
Did you have any negative experiences after
you were liberated, being a Holocaust survivor?
When you were in Sweden, what was your experience
after being liberated, was it hard?
Do you have any traditions or rituals that
you do everyday or once a month, or every year to remember your times?
you describe the effects of hunger on you?
When you first went to Auschwitz, what thoughts
preoccupied your mind other than what you were experiencing?
You mentioned that you were on some death marches
towards the end of the war. Could you talk about that?
During the Holocaust, Jews were made to believe
that their religion was not acceptable. After the Holocaust did you feel
to the Jewish community or farther apart?
you go into more detail about the rats, and what you did to try to
you describe what was going through your head and can you describe
the moment you last saw your family?
there any more detail you can tell us about the boxcars?
Did you ever find anything valuable?
How do you feel now when you see your tattoo
What was the day like when you started wearing the
is a little bit further back, but I read that you got arrested. I was
just wondering what you did?
After all these deaths and all this, what did you
do with your emotions?
Were there nationality or language barriers between
Can you tell us if they tattooed you?
Do you ever look at it, like in the shower?
developed my first pneumonia...
Was it common to be operated on?
How did you stay healthy and clean?
Can you tell us about your liberation?
Can you discuss your work translating other survivors's stories? What
are some of the reasons you do it?
Why is that so important that this information is out there?