Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Anne Hirschle - July 21, 2006


Anne Hirschle was born in Breslau, Germany in 1926. After Hitler came to power, her father moved the family to London, where she grew up. She met and married her husband after the war. Anne moved to the United States in 1949.

  1. Introduction
  2. Life before the War
  3. Experiencing Anti-Semitism
  4. Planning to Move to England
  5. Religious Life
  6. Politics
  7. Education
  8. Experiencing Anti-Semitism II
  9. Life Under the Nazis
  10. Last Days in Germany
  11. Husband's Story
  12. Learning English
  13. Leaving Breslau
  14. Life in England
  15. Evacuating London
  16. Wanting to be English
  17. Being a German Refugee in England
  18. Rationing During War
  19. Meeting Future Husband
  20. Hosting American Soldiers
  21. Experiencing the War Firsthand
  22. Returning to Germany
  23. Returning to Germany II
  24. Opinion on Germans
  25. Daughter Visits Germany
  26. Encouraging Husband to Share Story
  27. Thoughts on the Holocaust
  28. Not Feeling Like a Holocaust Victim
  29. Thoughts on Holocaust Education
  30. Conclusion

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