“Until the mid to late 1930’s I had not really experienced antisemitism. I had seen and heard Fascists and Communists fighting in the streets even before the rise of the Nazis…But the only time that I had really experienced antisemitism was when I visited Poland in 1934 and 1935 to see the family. There, the local children threw stones at us.”
“It was later that we found out that Canada had refused the captain’s request to allow the passengers to enter with the infamous response, ‘None is too many’”.
“I cannot cry anymore, not for my father because it is just too long ago and I have run out of tears.”