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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?
Mikko Liimatta
2/3/2010

The story I read was about Mario Sonnino. During this time they were sent to death camps. Mario was murdered. They were sent to a death camp on a train an when they got there they were told to take showers,but it was a gas chamber and they were killed in minutes.

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Moriah
2/3/2010

My child was Doris Wohlfarth, her families life before was good, but her father lost his job as an accountant because he was Jewish. Her parents knew that they most likely would not see her again so they started to detach themselves emotionally from her by stopping hugging her (etc), she was three. Doris went to a Dutch couple who didn't have any children but her parents went into hiding. They were eventually caught and her father was killed. Her mother survived and when Doris was eight years old she returned. Doris didn't even recognize her.

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Bobbiejean Scott
2/3/2010

She was a daughter of Emery and stefania... German. her father worked in a hardware store. she was sent to the Concentration camp and 1 of 1.5 million people murdered.

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Krysten
2/3/2010

My child of the Holocaust was Lilly Klein. She lived with her mother and seven siblings.Lilly was able to continue at the local Jewish high school until her seventeenth year.Lilly and her family were rounded up and put into a sealed off ghetto where they were kept for two months.Lilly went to a concentration camp in Austria. She was forced to work to the point of total exhaustion. Lilly survived this horrible experience.

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Lacey
2/3/2010

I read about Renate Wolff. She was born in 1933. Her parents believed that the warring would end soon, so they didn't try to flee the country. However, after the destruction on November 9, 1938 and November 10, 1938, they tried unsuccesfully to get Renate and her little sister into England, but they didn't have enough money. No one knows what happened to Renate and her family after being put into a ghetto.

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Brandon Fogg
2/5/2010

I had Victor Rona. He was born on December 26, 1928. In 1944 he was told to live in a ghetto. One month later he was shipped off to a concentration camp. He was realeased in 1945 but died two weeks later from a bayonet wound in his left arm.

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Tyler Goyette
2/5/2010

The person that I had was Samuel Hitler. He was born in 1941 in Cracow,Poland. In 1939 Cracow was taken over by the Nazi's and it became a ghetto. The Nazi's burnt down all of the stores and there was not enough food for the people Many people died on the streets from starvation. Other people died of diseases. At the end od 1942 the Germans where sending Jews to death camps. Samuel mother escaped from the camp but she couldn't handle not seeing her son so she went back to find him but the Germans saw he and she was shot right on the spot. Later on his dad was shot to. 1.5 million children where shot and killed but Samuel manage to survive.

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Brittany
2/11/2010

Gabriele Silten is the child that i picked. she was born May 30, 1933 in Berlin, Germany. Germans invaded when she lived right before her seventh birthday, in 1940. In June 20, 1943, Gabriele and her family were sent to the Westerbork transit camp then in 1944 they were sent to the ghettos.She started work at ten on a message carrier.On May 8th 1945 her and her family were still in Theresienstadt when it was liberated.Her and her family were some of the few who survived.

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bruceyoung
2/11/2010

i cant quite remember my kids name but i do remember that his father was a doctor but when the halocaust began they stop going to him and that had to move my kid in his parents died in a mass murder.

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Chris Draper
3/12/2010

The child I was given from the world war 2 was, Eduard Hornemann. His life before the war was not written in the text I was given, but life in the concentration camps was horrible. His mother died 3 months into their stay, and his father was taken away to work in another camp. Eduard himself, as well as his brother, were chosen to be chemically tested. He became extremely ill. Soon before the British came to rescue them, all the children were driven to a near by school and injected with morphine.

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