Growing up in Romania
"Most of the time I ate and slept; it was a good life."
“The earliest memories were good ones. Even though Romania was part of the allies of Nazi Germany, and they followed the Nuremburg laws, up until December 1942, when my father was arrested, we had a fairly decent life. Of course they had confiscated telephones; Jews were not allowed to have telephones. Jews were not allowed to have radios. We were in our own apartment; it was a fairly good life as a three year old. Most of the time I ate and slept; it was a good life.”