viernes, 11 de julio de 2014
Holocaust survivor Adina Sella shares inspiring story
Q: Where are you originally from?
Q: How did life change for your family when the Nazis came to power?
Q: Was your family split up? Were you able to locate any family members after the war?
Q: What helped you most during the Holocaust?
Q: What did you feel during the Holocaust?
Q: Have you ever returned to your hometown?
Q: Why did you want to join the Illinois Holocaust Museum’s Speakers’ Bureau?
Q: What do you hope people take away from your story?
Q: What is your favorite space in the Museum and why?
Q: Why should people visit the Illinois Holocaust Museum?
“Two young kids, saved by those noble people, left Italy after the war and twenty-four of their descendants are now returning so many years later to honor them… twenty-four people who would never have lived if it was not for their Righteousness.”