children. His father, David, had a textile business on the main street of the citys Jewish quarter, and his mother, Regina (Ryfka) (ne Wolf was a housewife. I have no idea of what the five of us looked like together. I was never mistreated. I did not know exactly what I was afraid of, but I remember being absolutely petrified. I encourage everyone to do this. Past Events, a Symposium About Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma and Resilience in Children of Holocaust Survivors, Friday January 20/2017 in Miami). This article was amended on to correct Rita Goldberg's age.
When they used to parade, everybody on the street had to open their doors to watch. I think it was partly from denial and partly from guilt. The first little girl had either gotten sick or chickened out. Otto, father of Anne Frank, was Rita's godfather. He had a place for my sister. But one day, Hilde got back after work to find that their home had been looted. He remembered having a plaid shirt that he was very proud ofa gift received at a time when was little to be happy about. There was a stereotype about Jews, that they had dark hair and hooked noses. In the fall of 1944 I remember my mother coming to get. People ask me, can I forgive?