Rachel Roth





Rachel Roth


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Rachel Chencinski Roth is a Holocaust survivor who has been openly sharing her story for the last fifty years. She has spoken before many groups, of all faiths, including students from elementary school to university level.

Speaking of her experiences before small groups did not quell her intense duty to tell the world what happened to the Jews during the Holocaust. Each day before the dawn for 10 years she wrote her memoirs in Polish and published this English translation with a generous grant from Yad Vashem (The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority).

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“the best cure for Communist ideals is to live, even for a short time, under a Communist regime.”
Rachel Roth, Here There is No Why

“by telling me that the substances will not change overnight.”
Rachel Roth, Here There is No Why

“I hand red bricks to the Jewish builders. Those rough bricks scrape the skin off our hands, but I don’t mind because I can get some free time during the lunch break or while waiting for a new shipment of bricks. Then I can sneak into the deserted bookstore, which is filled with books, though they are all in a state of disarray. Books lie open on shelves, school texts and collections of fairy tales with colorful, happy illustrations. Thick books with dark covers are lined up on one of the upper shelves, and the sight of them fills me with awe. I feel at home here, among my old friends.”
Rachel Roth, Here There is No Why



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