Reading Time: 3 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Ruth Abraham was born in 1913 in the town of Lubau in West Prussia, which was then a part of Germany. Ruth was the youngest of seven siblings, her mother passing away
Reading Time: 3 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Ruth Abraham was born in 1913 in
Reading Time: 2 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther was born in Berlin on 28-July-1934. Her parents, Meir and Bina, were Polish-born and lived in Berlin. They were in the business of fur wholesale. They had lived in Berlin for
Reading Time: 2 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther was born in Berlin on 28-July-1934.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther (Magda) Unger was born in 1928 in a small village in Hungary, 35 km from the city of Debrecen. In 1944, when Esther was 16, Hungary was conquered by the Germans.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther (Magda) Unger was born in 1928
Reading Time: 3 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz Sarah Ernhalt was born in Przemyśl, where she lived with her family. Following the rumors about the German approach, her
Reading Time: 3 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga
Reading Time: 5 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz Esther (Biba) Beizer was born in 1925 to Leah Beizer, born in 1892, and Mordechai (Motel) Beizer, born in 1889.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga
Reading Time: 3 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz Sarah Goodman was born in 1936 in Dortmund, Germany, and from the moment she was born she experienced the anti-Semitic
Reading Time: 3 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga
Reading Time: 5 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz Ruth Zeiter was born on May 27, 1929, in Częstochowa, Poland and was the only daughter of Regina (nee Rheingold)
Reading Time: 5 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga
Reading Time: 7 minutes Written by Naama Katiee, a mizrahi* feminist, active in “Amram” translated by: Inbal Ketzef *jews originating in Arab/Muslim countries “It was already eight o’clock, when 3 people suddenly appeared – two women and one man. The
Reading Time: 7 minutes Written by Naama Katiee, a mizrahi* feminist, active in “Amram” translated
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