Holocaust Survivor Sharing Memoirs



This is a Polish immigrant sharing what his life was like in the Nazi Death Camp where he resided for a time. Storyteller has a slight NY accent as he shares.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Senior (55+)


North American (General) North American (US Mid-Atlantic) North American (US New York, New Jersey, Bronx, Brooklyn)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
time Kenis painful memories, but it can never totally heal the deep cell trauma. I have lots of memories from my boyhood in Poland, some good and many others living nightmares. For many years I have resisted telling my entire story because I did not want to reactivate those disturbing shadows and ghosts and why imposed them on others. Mainly, I didn't want to reexamine the horrors one human can inflict on another, or how entire nations conduce end into savagery. But now, with the final pages of my life turning quickly, I must write down what I experienced and bear witness to what must never be for gotten.