Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Miriam Monczyk-Laczkowska Ferber - December 7, 1999

Post-War Life

Ok. So it's, it's now post-war.

Yes, it's now post-war.


And I go to school...

You go to school.

and I am a star. I really am a star. I sing and I dance and and the teacher love me. But, of course, I look different. I am, I [laughs] I'm dark and, and blue eyes and I look, eh, kind of different than all the other children. And now um, I go through the elementary school and about--at the age of twelve or thirteen I'm beginning to, to hear some remarks. Jew, Jew, Jew. I hear all the time.

About you.

Sometimes damn Jew, some...

About you...


or about Jews in general?

Well, about Jews in general I hear stories about, don't go out on the street during Easter because they're going to kill you and they're going to drink your blood. [laughs]

That the Jews are going to kill you? [laughs]


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