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My children were always fascinated by my life story, especially
concerning the war years. I did not bury the memories of those bitter
years or try to forget them. Rather I would relish the opportunity to
tell and remember those years even though they were for the most part a
combination of pain and fear. At the Pesach "seder" in particular Mechel
and I would recite our personal "hagadah", with our tales of suffering,
death, escape and final liberation.
My children especially Heshy, encouraged me to start writing a book
after giving oral testimony for Steven Spielberg Holocaust Foundation.
my original intent was to distribute my memoirs to family and friends,
as I immersed myself into the project I changed my limited focus.
realized after Mayer Jacobovits read and reread the manuscript many a
time that his conviction that this book should be published for the
general public was correct. My story really has a universal message of
faith and hope in the most trying of times and can be a source of
inspiration and optimism.
I pray and hope that the Holocaust's message to mankind will bear the fruits of tolerance and kindness for future generations."