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The sun shone through the smudged glass window and through the musty curtains resting its rays upon my grandmother’s pale face. She opened her bright blue eyes and gazed at the light as if...
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Liberation they said as they walked through the aftermath, the evidence of our dual existence, our obvious conflict. It was difficult to witness their tender faces painted noble and uniforms of...
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Germany, November, 1938 I had been Jewish the first eleven years of my life, but it wasn't until the night of November 9, 1938, that I prayed to God and meant every word with all of my heart....