I Have Lived a Thousand Years: Growing Up in the Holocaust Quotes

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"What if I forget and say hello? Or respond to a friend's hello? And what if ... we don't forget? What then? Would we pass each other like strangers? But that's not possible." Farewell Old Mr. Stern, Page 36

"'It will be over soon. Soon all this will pass, like a bad dream.' Mommy's words of comfort suddenly, inexplicably, fill my heart with fear." The Ghetto, Page 48

"I do not sense God here in the pitch dark of the cattle car. The train begins to move and gusts of air rush in through the gaps. A shiver runs through my body. Oh, God, I do not want to die!" Oh, God, I Don't Want to Die, Page 70

"We have become members of an exclusive club. Inmates of Auschwitz." Auschwitz, Page 80

"Unknowingly, we survived the selection of the diabolical Doctor Mengele, the handsome psychotic monster who had tenderly stroked my 'golden...

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