Maybe you’ll reconsider?” Shoshi Horowitz pleads with her mother, Hanna Glendoar. “We have to fill in a Page of Testimony, and we have to do it now.” But Glendoar, 85, shrugs her shoulders and once again refuses. She can’t explain the profound internal obstacle. The information she has is a gold mine for quite a number of people – her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, over 200 people, as evidenced by the family tree hanging in her living room – who have never heard from her in any systematic way what happened to her during “that” period, the Holocaust, and the names of her 44 relatives who were killed. She has never given her testimony for documentation in Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Center, or anywhere else.