Tag Archives: transport

A Different Spring

Perhaps whatever I’m going to write will be somewhat distorted because my eyes failed to comprehend what they were seeing. But I remember for sure that I was on board the Galila, sailing from Bari, Italy. It was the spring … Continue reading

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A Change Of Destination

 The route was Sered-Auschwitz. Not listed on a railway station timetable, nor as a sign nailed to a carriage the way things were done back then, in the early ‘forties On the face of it, why is the route significant? … Continue reading

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The Meisels Brothers

  “The Meisels brothers, their wives and children – out of the carriage!” That was the command we heard from the box car of the Presov train station, in May 1942.  “Aliska, just tell me, were we taken off the … Continue reading

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