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“We had to fill out a huge number of forms. There were legal papers, tax records, bank accounts, and endless lists of furniture, books, clothing, and household goods.” P. 42
“At last, on October 28, 1937, our wish for a child came true. Our daughter, Doris, arrived. ” P. 49
“We wanted three-year-old Doris to have every chance to stay alive, even if it were not possible for us.” P. 106
“Every Tuesday a new train, loaded with at least 1,000 Jews, would leave Westerbork for the east." P. 209
“Not expecting that we would never see each other again, Siegfried and I hardly said goodbye." P. 239
“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." P. 356
Are you my mother?
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