collage and photo by marguerita-document about my mother
Memories of the incomprehensible horrors of the Holocaust are too strong to find any sense of closure. The act of remembering does, however, demand a search for a meaningful context to the world.Marc E. Agronin, geriatric psychiatrist
February 04, 2009 4:11 pm
And I am still looking for the Nazi,who invaded my mother's apartment and building in Krakow,throwing her mother in law out the window,under my mother's eyes and sending my mother to Plaszow and Auschwitz and Ravensbrueck.
I feel that he is still alive.
— marguerita, New York
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