Susan Schnur

from “Children Hidden During the Holocaust”

A generation of the youngest Holocaust survivors (mostly women) speak.
One by one, they break out of their solitude, feel entitled to call themselves “survivors,” and tell what it means not to know your real name. [Fall 1991] 

The first thing that strikes me is how good-looking everyone is. I wonder, is it because it’s a European crowd (there are over 500 here from Europe), or does it actually have something to do with their survivorship? 

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