"I'm Still A Jew"
- Aired: 05/14/2013
- Rating: NR
Marian Marzynski invites child survivors who had fled Poland years earlier to meet Krystyna. She tells them why she converted to Christianity and why she never left Poland. "For being a Jew, one could be murdered. For being one, you lost your family. I felt it was unfair and I felt no guilt for myself," she tells them. "I'm still a Jew, but of Christian religion."
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