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Who was your child of the Holocaust? What was their life like before? How were they victimized during this time? Did he or she survive? What were the circumstances of their death or survival?
Kristen Gamache
2/3/2010

My child was Lia Borak, she has a fraternal twin, Mia Borak. Her and her family lived in a nice suburban home and were quite wealthy. They always had on nice clothes and good toys to play with. Around 1941 the Nazi's started to attack there town of Jewish people. No one knows if they survived or not, but some believe that the twins we used for experimenting.

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destine
4/3/2012

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shawty
4/3/2012

how old was she wen the took her

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2/4/2013

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Zachary Burgess
2/3/2010

My child was Richard Benguigui. Before the holocaust he had a normal life with his mother father, two brothers and sisters. they were sent to Auschwits. He did not survive and the way he was killed was in a gas chamber with his two brothers but his mother and sister both survived

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Matthew
2/3/2010

My kid was Nata Abbe, he lived a good life in a crowded city. Untill the Nazis came and forced him and the other Jews to live in a ghetto. He was 15 when this started and by the end of next year he had been shot along with many other Jews and anyone that opposed the Nazis. When he lived in the ghetto his life was bad because other then his school he was not to leave the house, or room.

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ur mom
4/24/2012

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Natashia Fraser-Wordell
2/3/2010

My child was Ulrich Wolfgang Arnheim. He was only six when the Holocaust began. He was sent to the ghetto in eastern Europe and he didn't survive. It didn't say exactly how he died but he was sent to Auschwitz with his family and died soon after.

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madi long
2/11/2013

no he wasnt sen to the ghetto he was sent to a death camp in Auschwitz and him and his parents were murdered there.

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Jade Elizabeth
2/3/2010

My child was Jacqueline Morganstern. When she was a baby, she and her parents moved to Paris to flee from the anti-semitism in Rumania. They were found in a French city, and deported to a concentration camp. after her mother was executed, she was sent to a special barracks for children, where doctors preformed experiments on them. During her stay she was injected with TB and then operated on to find out how the TB reacted with her systems. On April 20, 1945, the British were closing in on the barracks. the 20 children where taken into the school house and Injected with morphine and fell asleep. They were then hung one by one. Jacqueline was only Thirteen when she was killed.

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Cote
2/3/2010

My child was Abraham Beem. The article I read did not say much about his life before he was taken, except that he was sent to a village where him and his older sister were taken in by a Christian family. He had to change his name to Jan de Witt. He attended school for a couple of years and then the Germans realized there were many Jews in hiding so they searched much harder. In 1944 him and his sister were denounced Jewish and were sent straight to Auschwitz death camp, they were killed upon arrival.

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Alissa Mann
2/3/2010

My child's name was Stella Klingerova. She was the daughter of Gustav and Marie Klingerova and lived in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Her father was a businessman and her mother took care of Stella and her three siblings. In early 1942, Stella and her parents were deported to the Theresienstadt ghetto. In early April her family was selected to go to the Auschwitz death camp in Poland. Upon their arrival they were taken to the gas chambers and murdered. Stella was fourteen years old.

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Dexter Turner
2/3/2010

Samuel hiller was the child I read about. His life was fine before the holocaust. Samuels mom kept him with a Christian family while his mom was in hiding. One time she wanted to see him so bad she ran to the Christian womans house. On her way back she got shot in the street. Samuels dad also died in Auschwitz in 1944. In 1945 after the liberation, Samuels aunt adopted him and raised him as her own.

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Joey Priebe
2/3/2010

Samual Hiller was a kid that survived the holoicost. his mom and family was killed apart from his aunt who he later went to live with at the age of 4.

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Lilly
2/3/2010

I had the child Lilly Klein. She was only seventeen when the Germans invaded Hungary. She went to school up until this time. Once the Germans occupied Hungary she, along with her family, were hidden in a closed of ghetto for two months. Then they were all put on a train to Auschwitz but their train couldn't get all the way there because the train tracks had been bombed. Instead they all got sent to Strasshoff concentration camp in Austria. When the camp was liberated she was eighteen and barely alive. I didn't find anything about whether or not her family survived.

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Tanner Swan
2/3/2010

The child I picked was, Stella Klingerova she was born on December 14, 1927 in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Her parents were Gustav and Marie Klinger. She was eleven when the Gremans occupided Prague, Czechoslovakia. In early 1942, Stella and her parents were deported to the Theresienstadt ghetto in Czechoslovakia. The conditions were horrible. Typhus-carrying vermin infested the ghetto. Her and her parents were selected and were sent to Auschwitz death camp in Poland. They were taken to a gas chamber and murdered. She was only 14 years old.

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Chase
2/3/2010

My child was Isac Brauman and he lived in Leipaja and had 2 older siblings Isac was four years old when the Germans invaded his hometown. The Germans took his family and put them in a ghetto when the ghetto was emptied they sent the residents to a concentration camp. Isac was not in the ghetto when they emptied it.

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Claire Robertson
2/3/2010

My child was Gabriele Silton. She had a comfortable life. Her home was incaded just before her seventh birthday and she was no longer allowed to play with her non-Jewish friends. Her and her family were prisoners at Theresienstadt, where they were killed. In March 8, 1945, Gabriele and her family were still in Theresienstadt and it was liberated. They were weak and in poor health. Gabriele was fortunate to be among the 100 Jewish children to survive the Holocaust through Theresienstadt.

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nick coffin
2/3/2010

his name was Alfred Kristeller son of Ilse (Gomperts) and Adolph Kristeller. Moved from Duesseldorf to Amsterdam in 1933 to escape living under Nazi oppression. Alfred died at the age of five years old in the sobibor death camp near lublin.

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Miranda Levesque
2/3/2010

My child was Luciano Fano. He was born on February 16, 1933 in Pellegrino Parmense. (a small village near Parma, in northern Italy). He had a little sister named Liliana, who was two years old. His father worked as a pharmacist and provided a comfortable life for his family. But when Luciano was growing up, only 232 Jews made their homes there. On April 5, 1944 when Luciano was growing up, Luciano and his family were forced into cattle cars, together with 850 other Jews from the camp. Five days later, the trains were unsealed upon their arrival at Auschwitz. Luciano and his family were taken directly to the gas chambers where they were murdered. Luciano was only 11 years old.

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Joseph Difazio
2/3/2010

My child was Mario Sonnino.He was murdered when he was just two years old. He was one of the 1.5 million jewish children killed during the Holocaust.he was sent to Auschwitz death camp were he was killed in a gas chamber in the fall of 1943.

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Rachael Trammell
2/4/2010

My child was Doris Wohlfarth. Doris's father was a accountant worker, but lost his job because he was a Jew. Doris's father knew that it would get worse, so him and his family set off to Holland. Nazi's soon took over Holland searching for any Jewish people. Doris's parents had to keep her in hiding. They had to distance them selfs from her so when they depart from her it won't be as hard. Her parents gave Doris to a Dutch couple, but soon the Nazi's found her hiding place and took the couple, to the camps. They were murdered there as well. Doris's father was murdered in Auschwitz, but her mother survived it. Five years later her mother was released from Auschwitz, and then when she came back to Doris who was now 8 years old, she didn't even recognize her.

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4/24/2012

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3/2/2011

i have ulrich wolfgang arnheim. which auschwitz did he die in?

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3/9/2012

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lexii
3/9/2012

I have Isac Brauman. What Ghetto was he taken to?

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