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 The information about what the children had experienced after the children’s home was closed was quite new to me. Ruth and Regina Anders and Sylvia Wagenberg did not want to go to the large Auerbach’s orphanage and found other accommodation,​ which they did on their own initiative. Sylvia Wagenberg must have called her guardian herself too. How mature these children were, how independent they had to be to save their own lives. All three had to do forced labour at the ages of 12 or 14. They went through the nights of air raids, hunger, and violence in the streets. Sylvia Wagenberg and her older sister were eventually deported to Auschwitz on one of the Transports, while the Anders twins were actually released from the collecting point in the Grosse Hamburger Strasse, with the help of non-Jewish relations, and had to conceal their Jewish connections for the last months of the war. The information about what the children had experienced after the children’s home was closed was quite new to me. Ruth and Regina Anders and Sylvia Wagenberg did not want to go to the large Auerbach’s orphanage and found other accommodation,​ which they did on their own initiative. Sylvia Wagenberg must have called her guardian herself too. How mature these children were, how independent they had to be to save their own lives. All three had to do forced labour at the ages of 12 or 14. They went through the nights of air raids, hunger, and violence in the streets. Sylvia Wagenberg and her older sister were eventually deported to Auschwitz on one of the Transports, while the Anders twins were actually released from the collecting point in the Grosse Hamburger Strasse, with the help of non-Jewish relations, and had to conceal their Jewish connections for the last months of the war.
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-^Midday rest in the big hall, around 1936.\\ Photo: Abraham Pisarek^ 
  
 All three emigrated to Israel soon after the end of the war and started a new life under very difficult conditions; they have married and have children and grandchildren. Many conversations with Frau St. that autumn showed me how the old wounds still ache. Visits to the children’s home, accompanied by Gideon B. and Regina St., have taught me to see the house quite differently. Now when I sit in the library on the third floor I can imagine the children on their folding beds, or taking books from the shelves and sitting at the tables to do their homework.** Frau St.** described it for us so vividly on her visits in October 2003 and September 2004. There are no books at all nowadays in the room which is known as the library, but somehow the name has survived. **Regina St.** brought some more photos from her collection and could give names to the children and adults pictured. This is how I acquired the photo of **Tolja Grajonza**, who was one of those killed. All three emigrated to Israel soon after the end of the war and started a new life under very difficult conditions; they have married and have children and grandchildren. Many conversations with Frau St. that autumn showed me how the old wounds still ache. Visits to the children’s home, accompanied by Gideon B. and Regina St., have taught me to see the house quite differently. Now when I sit in the library on the third floor I can imagine the children on their folding beds, or taking books from the shelves and sitting at the tables to do their homework.** Frau St.** described it for us so vividly on her visits in October 2003 and September 2004. There are no books at all nowadays in the room which is known as the library, but somehow the name has survived. **Regina St.** brought some more photos from her collection and could give names to the children and adults pictured. This is how I acquired the photo of **Tolja Grajonza**, who was one of those killed.
  
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 +^Tolja Grajonza\\ Photo: ​Regina St.^
  
 It is so important that we who live in Berlin and Germany today do not forget the people who were murdered by the Nazi regime. Our memories create a bridge and I hope that the survivors’ memories are a little less painful.  ​ It is so important that we who live in Berlin and Germany today do not forget the people who were murdered by the Nazi regime. Our memories create a bridge and I hope that the survivors’ memories are a little less painful.  ​