Si toutes les victimes du Nazisme n’étaient pas juives,
tous les JUIFS furent des victimes.
NI PARDON – NI OUBLI.
1941 100 juifs qui attendent de partir au travail à la sortie du ghetto de Lwow (Ukraine) sont conduits par la Gestapo au cimetière juif pour y être fusillés. – Les juifs ne peuvent pas utiliser le téléphone public. 1942 800 juifs de Krakowiec (Ukraine) sont conduits par les SS au centre de regroupement de Javorov. Les derniers juifs de Biala Podlaska (Lublin) sont tués sur place par les SS.
Lisa was born to a Jewish family who lived in a town about three miles from the German border. Her family had lived there for generations. Lisa’s father exported geese to Germany, and her mother owned a fabric store. The family lived with Lisa’s grandmother in a large, single-level, gray stucco house. Lisa attended a small Hebrew school in Raczki.
1933-39: In 1937 I transferred to a public school. One day, in fifth grade during recess, some boys grabbed my long blonde hair. Others joined in and pinned me to a wall. They spread my arms, saying, « We’ll crucify you like you crucified Jesus. » I cried and told my mother I was afraid to return to school. War began on September 1, 1939. We headed east by horse and buggy. I took along a scrapbook full of my childhood mementos.
1940-44: By 1941 we were in the Slonim ghetto. That year Mother slipped my sister and me out of the ghetto. Hiding in the nearby forest, we stumbled upon a horrible sight–Jews being shot into pits. A forester found us and marched us to the line of those to be killed. We escaped to town, where a Christian woman hid us until the massacre was over. We returned to the ghetto to find Mother had been killed. In 1942 I escaped, and in 1943 joined the Jewish resistance in Vilna and then partisans in the Naroch Forest.