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Monday, 3 December 2012

Auschwitz: "Sometimes I think I dreamt it."



A potential for the Elie Wiesel category of Auschwitz survivors here i.e. was never actually there, but pretends they were.

Rosa Strygler, Polish Jew from Krakow, Hasidic, in 1940(!) deported with her family all of 30 miles to Auschwitz, then aged 12. Watched an SS officer tell here niece: "You are so beautiful—I'll have to kill you," and he did. Her mother, father, two brothers and sister-in-law were also killed there. She escaped, by jumping out of a train door the Nazis forgot to close, and then walking for two weeks to Hungary. She had her Auschwitz tattoo removed after moving to the United States. "Sometimes I think I dreamt it," said Rosa.

"I describe incidents which may or may not have happened but which are true." — Elie Wiesel






2 comments:

  1. Rosa can share her 'holocaust dreams' with these people over at

    THE SHOAH DREAM PROJECT http://www.oocities.org/athens/forum/3420/

    or with
    THE EXPERIENCE PROJECT: HOLOCAUST DREAMS
    http://www.experienceproject.com/dream-dictionary/Holocaust-dreams

    If she wants to save some time she could just ask Barbro Karlen (Anne Frank re-incarnated) if they ever met at camp.
    http://www.pinenet.com/~rooster/karlen-1.html

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  2. Auschwitz: "Sometimes I think I dreamt it."
    You did dream it.


    The case with Russia they were attacked from the inside out. No one declared war on those people, it was their own people they allowed in,

    Jews masquerading as anarchists/communists. Same with Germany only Germany caught them, ordered them out, then built them camps to sit the war out of rather than killing them in cold blood.

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