By Goldie Szachter Kalib;Sylvan Kalib;Ken Wachsberger
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Extra resources for The Last Selection: A Child's Journey Through the Holocaust
M. train to Hannover, West Germany, the closest major city to Bergen-Belsen. Two hours later, we entered West Germany. The first words I was to hear in German were spoken by a uniformed German official, who asked to see our passports and railroad tickets, and I wondered how a Jew would have felt in this same situation in the 1930s, when Hitler came to power. No Jews could have been here from about 1940 or so through World War II. How would the German officer or the German passengers have reacted if one had been discovered?
Irene (Irka) Szachter Horn and Mrs. Rachel (Rachela) Szachter Eisenberg; and from my cousin, Mrs. Ruth (Rivtche) Ehrlich Turek. To each of them I wish to express my gratitude. Mr. Weintraub, a lifelong friend of my family, possesses a knowledge of my ancestry that goes back two or perhaps three generations before I was born. He vividly recalls the wedding of my parents in 1923. In addition, he was able to provide details on the history of Jewish life in our hometown of Bodzentyn before and during World War II; and he is perhaps the only Jew alive who witnessed the liquidation of our hometown.
In such cases, party rivalries and ideological differences were generally overlooked in favor of communal camaraderie, and members of rival organizations gladly made their talents available to the amateur theatrical endeavors of their peers. The town of Bodzentyn during my time was structured around Langiewicza Street, which served as the central axis of town. This main street connected two main plazas, which were located at eastern and western ends of the street. The large western plaza was known as the Upper Plaza.
The Last Selection: A Child's Journey Through the Holocaust by Goldie Szachter Kalib;Sylvan Kalib;Ken Wachsberger