Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Larry Wayne - 2005

Life in U.S.A.

I see that. But is there anything you want to add--we'll do some more, I think we'll do a video tape, but--is there anything you want to say before we finish with today?

There's a lot of things I want to say, I would like to say.


All I can say that uh, everything, everything up to, to coming to the United States was, was horrible. But since I came to the United States it's a country that every time I hear the United States national anthem I, I get--I started crying, you know. I love the United States, and I love the national anthem, and I love everything about it. Even the things aren't the best, but it's still the best country in the world. For the Jews and non-Jews, especially for Jews. And uh, like I say, I made a, a life, I decided that in my ear... early uh, years that uh, it, what it was, war, not to forget it, but you cannot live it all the time. You gotta start a life and that's what happened. I got married and had a family and children, and uh, and all my children know what happened and...

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