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“Helen and Siegfried decided on a June wedding in the Römerberg, Frankfurt’s centuries-old city hall.” 8
“we would be forced to go into hiding. This meant we would have to give up our little girl”101
“After dark, we took off our belts, tore all our money into little pieces, and threw it on the filthy floor. How hard it was, both physically and mentally, to destroy this money for which we had worked and saved for years. It was Siegfried’s idea, for which I am forever grateful.” 203
“Helen had just passed her first "selection." For a while, at least, she would be allowed to live. ” 230
“Never had the lilies of the valley been more beautiful than they were this day. I walked out the gate of the Women’s Labor Camp and threw myself into a large field of these dainty little flowers, kissing as many as I could. Their sweet smell filled me with joy, hope, rebirth, and new security.” 308
“Suddenly, she turned to me and asked in Dutch, using the formal way of addressing a stranger, "Are you my mother?" I moved a few steps closer to her and said that yes, I was her mother. What I wanted to do was to take her in my arms and hold her, but I was afraid of making any wrong moves. I didn’t want to frighten her, and lose her just at the moment I had found her.” 345
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