FC: Gerda Weissman Kline | By Jacob Miller
1: This is the watch that made the time seem to never change when we were first invaded.
2: This is my beloved garden that the Germans stole from us, the one I loved to walk through every day.
3: My parents, if it wasn't for them and my hope they were alive I probably would have taken my life.
4: This is the letter my brother received from Gisa telling us that that she was alright and she was living somewhere else with her family.
5: This is my cute little cat Schmutzi.
6: This is my grandmother's grave where my mother said that she's lucky for not having to worry about losing her children in any unnatural causes.
7: This is the flag our own neighbors made us hang from our house, it took a huge amount of my pride away.
8: This is Abek's painting that I thought was beautiful when I first met him.
9: This is the orange I recieved from my parents in the ghetto for my birthday. How I loved that orange, however I hate to think what they gave up for it.
10: These are the ski boots that I wore throughout the whole war that saved my life several times.
11: This is one of the roses I longed to touch during my time in the concentration camp. They were so beautiful and I managed to pick up a bud from the ground.
12: I bet Tusia that the war would only last no more than two years for strawberries and whipped cream and I lost the bet but I couldn't repay her...
13: Somehow in the concentration camp Ilse manged to get me a raspberry for my birthday, what a luxury.....
14: This is the wagon the sick were carried in on the death march straight to their own death where I almost went, but gladly I had people to keep me walking.
15: When I was liberated on my birthday the doctor was so kind to give me a piece of chocolate as a present. What an amazing gift!
16: This is the dried flower Kurt gave me in the letter he sent me.
17: This is one of the dollars I kept from the wages the doctor gave me from working as his assistant.
18: This is my lovely husband Kurt. We later moved to Buffalo, New York where we live our wonderful free life.
19: These are two of my children when they were younger, and now they have children.
20: I love to go to the grocery store to be reassured that there is food out there and the labels help me to learn English.