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The Effect on Us is a podcast on controversial subjects for people of all ages (kids and teenagers are especially invited to listen). The first season is about the Holocaust and the ties it has to people nowadays. You will be able to hear the stories of Holocaust survivors, their children and grandchildren and the effects the Holocaust had on people from generation one to generation three. The host is Eliane Goldstein, a 13 year old young lady from Montreal, Canada, who is interested in rais ...
 
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Join me in this episode as I first speak to Dida Berku about the story of her father Jack Yanku Berku and how his best friend denounced him to the Nazis who caught him. Then I spoke to Dida's mother Nora Berku who is 98 years old and she tells me more of her story.
 
In this episode I am talking to Ted who tells me about the few concentration camps he was taken to, the death march, and how the Germans treated Jews worse than they treated their dogs: "I wished that the Germans will treat me as well as they treated their dogs, but they never did".
 
In this episode I am talking to Eva Kuper who was a hidden child survivor of the Holocaust and tells us how 90% of the Jewish population in Poland were murdered during World War 2. Eva’s mother was deported to Treblinka where she was murdered alongside countless others, a fate that the infant Eva avoided because of the fortitude of her mother. How …
 
In this episode I am talking to Ilona Toth, who is 100 years old. Ilona tried to shield her 2 children their whole life from her story. While I met her, she was having a hard time hearing me, and her daughter Judith Toth helped translate the questions to Hungarian for her. But she was also having a hard time telling me her story, near her daughter,…
 
In this episode I am talking to Henry and his daughter Shoshana Ruttner about his survival story when he was 14 years old, that includes the rising of antisemitism in Czechoslovakia before World War 2, his time at the camp and how he managed to escape from Auschwitz after a couple of years.
 
In this episode I am talking to Dana about her survival story. Among other horrors, she was taken away by a refugee family who starved and humiliated her. She was restrained, abused and held against her will. She eventually broke free and managed to escape. She was placed in a Russian Orthodox orphanage and was reunited with her parents one year la…
 
In this episode I am talking to Johnny, who during the Holocaust was a prisoner in several forced labour and concentration camps. He survived Auschwitz, where his family died in the gas chambers. He was chosen to go to the crematorium by Doctor Mengele, but was saved once by a Polish director of school and later on by the Polish underground in Ausc…
 
In this episode, I am talking to Lisl who was always very proud to be Jewish and survived a few concentration camps, including Auschwitz-Birkenau. Today, she is 95 years old and asked that I not refer to her as a Holocaust survivor but rather call her a witness to history - such an interesting approach!…
 
In this episode, I am talking to Tommy who was an only child and survived the war alone. In the ghetto he worked on different tasks like carrying bodies and burying them. He also was able to act as a courier and get in and out of the ghetto to feed other hungry orphans, thanks to the Swiss consulate. When the war was over, he had to lie about his a…
 
In this episode I am talking to Ellen De Jonge Tissenbaum about her survival story from the Netherlands hiding on the farm of her father's best friend, a non-Jewish mayor of a small town with 8 children. During and after the war Ellen lost her Jewish identity....tune in to find out if and how she re-discovered it.…
 
Join my conversation with Linda to hear about her father and paternal grandparents' escape story from Lithuania, by benefiting from the Chiune Sugihara's visa. Chiune Sugihara was a Japanese diplomat who was stationed in Lithuania during WW2. Sugihara helped thousands of Jews flee Europe by ignoring his orders and issuing thousands of transit visas…
 
In this espisode I am talking to Sheryl Silver Ochayon from Yad Vashem about Righteous Among the Nations (in Hebrew: חֲסִידֵי אֻמּוֹת הָעוֹלָם‎, ḥasidei ummot ha`olam ). Righteous Among the Nations is an honorific used by the State of Israel to describe non-Jews who risked their lives during the Holocaust to save Jews from extermination by the Nazi…
 
In this episode I am talking to Marcel and Miriam Zielinski, a married couple who met after the war. Each of their stories is intruging. Marcel was liberated at the age of 10 and walked with an orphanage about 100 kms from Auschwitz-Birkenau to Krakow to look for his parents after the war. Miriam was very young (3 years) and hid with her parents du…
 
In this episode I am talking to Fishel Philip Goldig who has one regret in his life, that the Nazis stole his childhood. Fishel was saved from murder by laying down diagonally under a mattress in a barn, while the Nazis shot dead his aunt and cousin who were hiding not far from him in the same barn. Was it luck or divine intervention? Tune in to fi…
 
In this episode I am talking to Mila Sanberg-Mesner who was 16 years old when she jumped off a death train with her sister and cousin and was saved by a German man who was in love with one of her sisters. How did she, her two sisters and cousin survive? Join us to hear Mila.
 
In this episode I am talking to Sidney Zoltak who survived the war and still keeps in touch with the family who saved his family by letting them hide for 14 months in an underground bunker on their farm. Sidney has dedicated his life to educating people about the Holocaust, he wrote 2 books and is a regular leader-survivor on the Montreal delegatio…
 
In this first episode, I am interviewing Jordana (Schoenfox) Hapner, who was 12.5 years old, (just a little bit younger than me) when she got locked out of the ghetto and could not return to see her family. Jordana takes us on her incredulous solo survival journey. Her courage and story will amaze you.…
 
In this episode I am talking to George Reinitz who was 12 years old when he was taken to Auschwitz. He lied about his age so he can stay with his father and that ended up saving his life. When the war ended George, still 12 years old, was the only member of his immediate family who survived. How did he survive? Join us.…
 
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