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Freda Friedman was born November 8 1928 in Poland in the little town of Gdansk She was one of 8 kids only six were present at the time the Holocaust was happening Her maiden name was Eleberger Her father was a hard working man since he had to support a family of eight He was an owner of a mill that harvested wheat and barely The mill had been pasted down in the family for a few generations The first time Freda heard the name Hitler was when she was only twelve The name Hitler scared her she found out about Hitler after he had been killing other Jews so she knew he was a threat to her and her family The Germans occupied he town in 1941around the fall and wintertime She was around fifteen at this time As the soldiers invaded their town they began to throw stones at their windows and yelled at them to come out of their houses The soldier said they could bring one suitcase each with some food and some clothes At this point they had no idea where they were going they just listen to what the soldier said to do because they were afraid of death The soldier had taking them to a ghetto There they moved into a two-room house that was shared by them and their uncles family While in this ghetto the first program happened also called a selection were they soldier go through the town and hand pick the people they want to work for them and the rest are kid During this selection her and a few of her brothers and sisters ran into the forest It was easy for them to escape because their house was located right on the end near the forest and the soldiers entered the town from the other way so they just had to run fast Her mother and father and youngest sister hide
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