Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Rose Green - May 21, 2008


Do you think it's a good thing that they know about it?

They should--everybody should know about it. That's the most important thing.

So it's important for you--for people like you to talk.

Yeah. So, I'm--one of these days I'm going to go, I'm going to go and see it. It must be very interesting.

The one here?


Yeah, it's very big. The one in Washington is wonderful.

I don't travel very well, I don't travel...

Neither do I.


Neither do I. Yeah, it's an impressive museum. It's worth seeing. But it's not fun, so...

Not fun, no.

Have, have, have you see movies like Schindler's List?

Oh, I have the book, I have the book. I have it the car. I get those magazines where they uh, show uh, how do you call these magazines? You know my memory's not very good.

Oh, I don't know.

No, I mean, I used to do like that--names and everything--names especially, names I'm having trouble with lately. The last year or so only, I, I remember well. I still remember, I just--momentarily it doesn't come to me right away. Uh, that magazine it shows how people support these people who helped Jews--the Righteous Christians, you know, that magazine, what's the name of it? I have the magazine, it's in my car.

I can't remember.

So I have it in the car. And I read those magazines how the people are still looking for lost relatives, lost friends. It's just remarkable.

And sometimes they still find them.

They still find them, yeah.

Well, I'm going to thank you for doing this, um...

And I thank you very much for coming. I wanted to do it always but I just never had the courage to, to sit down and talk about it. But somehow--a few years ago I couldn't have done it. I don't know, maybe I'm older.

Well, it's, it's important to do and I will, um...

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