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Would you tell us about your visits as a child to Poland and what your feelings were as a Jew? The first time I came to Poland that I really recall, walking on my own, was when I was 4 years old.
We came to Poland, we got out of the train, we traveled I think for three days in a first class compartment. And the porter came at night making up the beds, I thought it was great fun. We arrive at the railroad station and a relative picked us up and took the suitcases outside the station.
There was a buggy and a horse and a driver. I would not get into a buggy with a horse. The horse was alive, the horse moved, and I wanted a taxi like I was used to. She had a store, she spoke Yiddish to me, she wore a wig, she was very religious. There was a lot of ground around the house and the ground was cultivated by the peasants.
They had a lot of huge yellow cucumbers which were then pickled and sold. A little bit down the road I had an aunt who cultivated poppies, I mean acres and acres of red poppies and the poppy seeds were dried and used as poppy seeds, not opium.
The street was not paved, it was raining and it was summertime. The mud would ooze out through the toes, you know in between the toes, and I thought that was very strange, people without shoes.
I remember my father scolding him that nothing had prices. My father had lived in Germany already too long and his mind was too orderly to comprehend that you went in and bartered, you bargained. I pay you five dollars.
I know that my uncle had three sons who were ten or fifteen years older than I. They were at the university and they had trouble as Jews, they were standing in the last row for lectures, for instruction. So my father and my uncle pooled their money because they had much more money in Germany and they sent the boys to study in Paris.
One was a lawyer, one was an architect, and one was an engineer. No, one was a doctor, I take it back. The architect fell off a building in Israel and was killed, very young. But nobody of that family, my mother had one, two, three, four sisters there, nobody survived.
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