Kindness: A Legacy of the Holocaust

The play is taken from testimony of 91-year-old survivor Susan Pollack MBE, who lost over fifty relatives in the Holocaust. She now regularly shares her testimony in schools across the country.
Format: Drama
Notes:

Comment: Susan Pollack
‘I, Susan Pollack a Holocaust Survivor, thankfully acknowledge your efforts to bring my
Holocaust experiences to the public. Having seen your dramatization skills and reproducing
my past in those days, allows me to have hope of the success of this play. It is most
wonderful and I give you my legacy most willingly. Your ability accurately replays my words I
shared with you for this play, I thank you. Please use it and bring it to the public. I hope it
teaches as I have for all these years.’

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Original Source Material: The play is taken from testimony of 91-year-old survivor Susan Pollack MBE
Nationality of Author: English
Original Language: English
Publisher:

Salamander Street Publishing

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