Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Miriam Troostwyk - May 28, 1998 and June 3, 1999


[laughs] Um, March 7th, 1943, until April 16th, 1945, you were in hiding, in the farm of the Vandenberg...

In Arnhem.



All right. Ten people were there.

It was not a farm, it was a very poor little house. I'm very sorry that it isn't there anymore. And uh, it was a beaute garden, a beautiful garden and uh, with a lot of fruit trees and vegetables.

Now, one of the last things you said to me at our last session was um, we had a wonderful time.


You said you were together.

We had a lot of stress because there was always hanging, hanging a sword over your...


Head--over your head.

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