Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Sonia Nothman - January 4, 1983


What was the town itself like? What were--can you describe the town, what it looked like? Were there many synagogues in the town?

Many what?

Synagogues in the town?

Of course. One big synagogue. I have a--they send me from Israel brochures all the time. I send some money. A few times a year. From our city there are a few people left over and they know, they have pictures, everything. So they send a brochure. Oh yeah. A big synagogue. I remember when my mother used to go. And then there were little synagogues that people used to go in. My father went a different synagogue. This is uh, I don't know how to explain--he belongs to a different rabbi. You know, different rabbi, see.


So he--longed, he belonged to a different synagogue. But this was one--a very big synagogue. I don't know where he used to go. I don't know what they did, I wasn't...

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