By Denise George
Nonna Bannister carried a mystery nearly to her Tennessee grave: the diaries she had saved as a tender lady experiencing the horrors of the Holocaust. This e-book finds that tale. Nonna’s adolescence writings, revisited in her past due maturity, inform the notable story of the way a Russian lady from a family members that had identified wealth and privilege, then uncovered to German exertions camps, realized the price of human existence and the significance of forgiveness. This tale of loss, of affection, and of forgiveness is one you won't omit.
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The revolution reached its peak in the fall of 1917, and everything in Russia was in chaos. It was late fall, and my grandfather and grandmother had made plans to leave their home and to flee from Russia and attempt to sail from the Black Sea to Romania or some other safe place. Feodosija Nikolayevna Ljaschova (my grandmother), along with her six children were waiting impatiently and with much anxiety for her husband and their father, Yakov, to return. The trunks were packed with as many belongings as they could risk taking along.
Though I have lived in America for forty-seven years, I still find it difficult to express my thoughts properly. I have yet another problem, which is that I have allowed myself to forget the languages I knew so well when I came to this country. I spoke six languages very well, and most of my notes and some of my poems, which I wrote between nine years old and nineteen years old, were written in the Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Latvian, and German languages. I kept diaries during those years, and even as I lay in the hospital stricken with rheumatic fever and the ensuing heart problems, I continued to write in my diary for some time before I left Germany.
I wanted so much to forget the unhappiness of the past and to make a new and happy life for myself that I actually shut the door to the past and had no desire to dwell on it. And a happy life I have made for myself by falling in love with the most kind and wonderful man and marrying him on June 23, 1951. When my first son, “Hank,” was born on October 30, 1953, there was just no end to my happiness. I engrossed myself completely in motherhood, and I loved my husband and my son too much to ever even think of my sad past.
The Secret Holocaust Diaries: The Untold Story of Nonna Bannister by Denise George