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Topic - Stanislawa Sapinska
JERUSALEM — A Polish woman who for 60 years had been holding onto the diary of a young Jewish girl killed by the Nazis in 1943, presented the journal to Israel's Holocaust memorial on Monday.
Mrs. Sapinska said she did not regret keeping the diary hidden.
"She wanted the journal to survive, even if she didn't, so the world would see how the Jews suffered," said Mrs. Sapinska, 82, at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem.