Suzanna Eibuszyc

Biography

I was born in communist Poland after the war, where I lived with my family until the late 1960s. Before leaving for America I attended a Jewish High School, in Wroclaw. I graduated from CCNY with a BA in Anthropology. I received my MA in Archaeology from UCLA, and was awarded a grant, allowing me to conduct research and travel to Poland and Israel. Meeting professor and writer, Elie Wiesel, through the Department of Jewish Studies at CCNY, I realized the importance of Holocaust survivors stories. I insisted my mother write down her incredible accounts she shared with me. Ultimately, I addressed the trauma of growing up in the shadows of Holocaust aftermath and how this trauma is transferred between generations. For me, the 2G, I had no way of knowing, but the seed for writing Memory is Our Home was planted in my childhood. Looking back in time, I know now that my entire life was a preparation, to be a memorial candle. I assumed the burden of my parents emotional world and I became the link between the past and the future. This history is embedded deep in my memory and my soul, it is part of my DNA.

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Books

Crossing Paths with Professor Elie Wiesel
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 6,120. Language: English. Published: April 22, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » History » Holocaust
Stories told by real people, they are living documents, telling us what it was like and felt like. On the background of Eastern European, twentieth-century Jewish history a description of Jewish life during the interwar years in Warsaw, Poland, the Poland that was under Nazi’s murderess grip and the faith of Jews surviving throughout Soviet Russia and Uzbekistan during WWII. The result, trauma.
There Is No End to Holocaust Stories
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 6,820. Language: English. Published: April 2, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » History » Holocaust, Nonfiction » History » Jewish
Stories told by real people, they are living documents, telling us what it was like and felt like. On the background of Eastern European, twentieth-century Jewish history a description of Jewish life during the interwar years in Warsaw, Poland, the Poland that was under Nazi’s murderess grip and the faith of Jews surviving throughout Soviet Russia and Uzbekistan during WWII.

Suzanna Eibuszyc's tag cloud

antisemitism    communism    hitler    holocaust    jews of europe    memoirs    memoirs books    nazism    poland    russia    soviet russia    warsaw    wiesel    wwii