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Bringing One Woman’s Holocaust Experience to Life

By KATHRYN SHATTUCK
Published: March 11, 2006

Letters posted with Hitler stamps and inky Z’s for “zensiert,” or censored. Tattered diary pages in Yiddish. The photograph of a young woman and her first love, peeking from the darkened doorway of a barracks. To those educated in the ways of the Holocaust, the most startling aspect of these documents is that they survived, and their bearer with them.