Author: writerforever PM
The story of two Jewish teenagers who fall in love in War torn Holland during WWII. When they are both sent to Auschwitz they are seperated but will they be able to survive? Will love prevail? Chapters 14 & 15 are posted finally. Please R/RRated: Fiction K+ - English - Chapters: 16 - Words: 11,837 - Reviews: 37 - Updated: 03-17-04 - Published: 03-03-04 - id: 1541060
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Unfortunately this is going to be the last chapter. I hope everyone likes it and I would like to thank everyone for their reviews. I would very much appreciate it if you all would check out my new story The Miracle House. It will be on fictionpress.com soon so keep a look out for it : ).
Hold On to the Memories by writerforever
A Holocaust Story
Chapter 15An ambulance soon arrived and took Rebecca to the Hospital. In the hospital Gilbert sat in the lobby waiting for news about Rebecca. At that moment the doctor walked up to him, "Are you related to Ms. Rebecca?" the doctor asked. "No, I'm just a close friend of hers. Is she going to be alright? What happened?" Gilbert asked. "I'm afraid she had a heart attack. She's awake right now but. . .she probably won't last the night," the doctor said. Gilbert was allowed to go and see Rebecca.
As Gilbert stepped into the room he saw Rebecca lying in a bed with ivies hooked in her arms. He walked over to the side of the bed and reached down and took her hand in his. Rebecca slowly turned her head to him, "Ah it is you. I-I-I'm so glad you are here," Rebecca said barely above a whisper. "You'll be better in no time," Gilbert said trying to smile. Rebecca chuckled, "You don't have to pretend everything is alright. I know that I am going to die. But now I can die happily because now someone knows my story. I want you to keep my story alive Gilbert. I want you to tell people what happened to us Jews in the Holocaust. Keep it alive so it can never happen again. Promise me you'll tell my story to the world. Not just my story but for what my story stands for. I want the world to know about Jacob and little Nathan," Rebecca said as tears filled her eyes. "I promise," Gilbert said as a tear fell down his cheek. Rebecca smiled one last time then she closed her eyes. Rebecca Marie Barimer died on August 2, 1999. But her story would never die and soon Gilbert Morrison had her story out to the world in a book titled "Memories".
Rebecca was one of the Jews who survived the Holocaust. Jacob and little Nathan were two of the six million who perished in the Holocaust. But they will never be forgotten. They will live on as time goes by, for this is what Rebecca wished.
I kind of hate to end this story but I hope everyone likes it. Thanks for the reviews and everything : ).