Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Albert Fein - February 19, 2005

Fate of Family

So maybe thirty people? More?

Mm, probably.

And how many survived the war?

How many? Uh, we survived five of us. My father was--no, this I recount up later. Survived our--the families were part here--here I had an uncle, two uncles--the other uncle, and a younger uncle what came in 1929 or '30. They came to Canada with a sister--with an aunt for us who had--they settled here someplace on the border and then they moved, moved to Toronto. There is still left some, some of the families, this mean second generation. An uncle--the aunt passed away when I was already here, I guess in '67 or '68--at this time I remember I went to the funeral. So, not too many people left.

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