Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Hannah Fisk - January 24, 1983

Views on Faith

How do you feel about your faith now--your religion, after the war?

I'm, I'm Jewish and I won't deny it, even if I suffer and even if I went through worse what I went through a lot for it and I, I'm proud of my heritage. I wish I would have more of my people, believe me. Each and every one of us, the kids get married and have ten children, they could never replace what we lost. Could never replace the lost from the whole life and I do hope that some day when we are gone that they will remember us and they cherish our Jewishness, our heritage, like we do. I do hope so because it's worth it. It's worth it, what you go through, it's worth it. If you can survive, if you figure to yourself, Hitler is not here, but I'm here. So, I survive him. So, I'm--looks like I'm more important.

Okay. Thank you. Thank you very much.

That's it?

Thank you.

Oh, you made it fast with me.

[interruption in interview]

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