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Before the War
The Holocaust
Liberation
Displaced Persons Camps
Where Can We Go?
The Journey
Welcome to Canada
New Lives
Canadian Immigration Overview
VIII. Adjusting
We orphans were not easily accepted by the other Canadian children. I do not think they were trying to be mean; I just think that they had no idea what to do with us. All they had to do was to simply say, "Let's go for a walk," or "Come over to my house and let's try on some make-up together." I wish that they had just behaved normally and let us enter their lives.
IX. A New Life »    
Celina's Map
I. Childhood in Poland
II. "Things began to change"
III. The Lvov Ghetto
IV. Hiding
V. War's End
VI. Looking for a Home
VII. Voyage and Arrival
VIII. Adjusting
IX. A New Life