Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Henry Konstam - October 25, 1991

The Volksdeutsch

What kind of contact did you have before the war with, with uh, German-speaking people, any Volksdeutsch or...

Yeah, there were Volksdeutsch.

Did you know any of them?

Oh yeah. They know. They are a little, from that, they worked for us. The uh, uh, fact is the uh, landlord where they lived was a uh, German.

Good. And what were their relations with him?

Oh, very simple. There was no problem. No problem. Older people were all right, you know. Only the younger people, the younger, younger folks they should, wanted, and the war broke out and they wanted to show that they are master, you know. And they, they showed it uh, in a very nasty way.

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