Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Sonia Nothman - January 4, 1983


You said you went to, to two different schools. You went to a public school.

Oh yeah.

And to a religious school.

You have to go. After. When I came home I have to go to a religious school. You have to go. I used to know uh, very good. Even now when I go to synagogue I used to...I open the book and I can pray. ???. I used to know it be heart.

When you went to public school uh, what was the language that was spoken there?

Polish. It was Polish. All of them Polish. Polish teachers. Very few ???. Our religious teacher used to--I remember would have a Jew. The other was Polish. Biggest hit is they had Jewish too, but the rest, they were...

In your class uh, how many Christian children were there?

Very few. Most of them, the majority Jews.

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