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by: Linda Lee Spiering,

It was hard to see my neighbors turn against my children and me - to see their playmates refuse to allow them in their games and in their homes. We were always a little different, but it didn't seem to matter. We were Jews, but we were friends, neighbors and even sometimes family. In the end we were alone; we were different; we were Jews. It hurts still to remember. (Referring to 1942)

quote by: Anonymous, Holland Holocaust Survivor