Marlene Stine interview for the Faces of the Holocaust Series
MS-215: Emmanuel Ringelblum Collection
The Holocaust affected the lives not only of those directly involved, but also of their children and grandchildren. Marlene, a young attorney and native of Dayton, tells what it was like to grow up with parents who were survivors of Auschwitz and without any of the other relatives most children take for granted. She also describes an emotional visit with her parents to their native Poland, including Auschwitz. This interview was conducted circa 1985-1987 for the Faces of the Holocaust, a series created as a classroom resource and curriculum supplement.
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