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The Effect on Us - Eliane Goldstein's Podcast

Eliane Goldstein

The Effect on Us is a podcast on controversial subjects for people of all ages (kids and teenagers are especially invited to listen). The first season is about the Holocaust and the ties it has to people nowadays. You will be able to hear the stories of Holocaust survivors, their children and grandchildren and the effects the Holocaust had on people from generation one to generation three. The host is Eliane Goldstein, a 13 year old young lady from Montreal, Canada, who is interested in raising awareness and educating people on controversial issues and topics without sugar-coating it.
Episodes
I was hiding in a Nazi soldier's house - an interview with Frank WeinfeldSeptember 12, 2022 Episode artwork I was born in a bunker because the Nazis were shooting pregnant women - an interview with Julius MaslovatSeptember 04, 2022 Episode artwork "We kept asking, what did we do? What is our crime? Where are you taking us"?- an interview with Sally Singer, Anne Novak and Ruth ZimmerSeptember 02, 2022 Episode artwork Out of 100 children on a freezing train, about 10 kids including me survived - an interview with Rachel (Rae) GropperAugust 30, 2022 Episode artwork The Nazis took away 90% percent of the men who were the bread winners - an interview with Max EisenJune 25, 2022 Episode artwork My mother watched horrified how the Nazis murdered her sister and her niece - an Interview with Gina RoitmanJune 24, 2022 Episode artwork After a murder of Jews happened nearby, I told Janek " the baby in the river..look! she is alive" - Part 2 (of 2) of an interview with Maxwell SmartMay 16, 2022 Episode artwork Everyday the Nazis made me and other children watch from the window how other Jews died - an interview with Tana Donald GelferMay 16, 2022 Episode artwork In the Ghetto we barely ate 500 calories a day - Part 1 (of 2) of an interview with Maxwell SmartMay 16, 2022 Episode artwork I was on the death march for 6 days before my family and I escaped - an interview with Maritza ShelleyMay 02, 2022 Episode artwork We cut off our yellow stars and escaped - an interview with Muguette Szpajzer-MyersMay 02, 2022 Episode artwork Our neighbors confirmed to the German soldiers that we are Jewish - an interview with Rose GelbartMay 02, 2022 Episode artwork Yom Ha'Shoa special episode in collaboration with the Mayor of Cote Saint-Luc, Mr. Mitchell Brownstein and survivor Mrs. Gyorgyi NemesApril 28, 2022 Episode artwork When the Nazis occupied my hometown, I remember watching the destruction of my synagogue primarily by the local population - an interview with Jack AdlerApril 19, 2022 Episode artwork When I came to America after the war, Oh my God, what a good feeling it was. We were free people in the land of the free - the conclusion to a special mini series interviews with Ben Lesser - Part 4 out of 4March 22, 2022 Episode artwork One of the death marches I was on lasted 7 weeks and I was a zombie - a special mini series interviews with Ben Lesser - Part 3 out of 4March 22, 2022 Episode artwork They made us dig wholes in a ditch to throw in the dead - a special mini series interviews with Ben Lesser - Part 2 out of 4March 22, 2022 Episode artwork We falsified documents and helped other than my family, 50 more families leave the Ghetto - a special mini series interviews with Ben Lesser - Part 1 out of 4March 22, 2022 Episode artwork When I was 6 years old I ran from the shootings and bullets in the synagogue - an interview with Rena QuintFebruary 28, 2022 Episode artwork My family was among the 5% of the Jewish Danish population that was arrested - an interview with Steen MetzFebruary 25, 2022 Episode artwork I was subjected to Nazi medical experimentation - an interview with Sami SteigmannFebruary 14, 2022 Episode artwork A special episode for International Holocaust Remembrance Day - an interview with survivor Mr. Leslie Vertes and Mayor Mitchell BrownsteinFebruary 08, 2022 Episode artwork The kids I played with my whole life started to suddenly call me "a dirty little Jew" - an interview with Paul SchwarzbartFebruary 07, 2022 Episode artwork No one would buy anything from a Jew- an interview with Eva (née Gutmann) Perlman January 23, 2022 Episode artwork I could not walk on the sidewalks or go to school because I was Jewish - an interview with Susanne (Sanne) Kalter DeWitt January 23, 2022 Episode artwork