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Livia Diaconescu

When they took Bessarabia and Transylvania away from us [the Second Vienna Diktat] [10], we all felt hurt. Although I was only a child, I suffered for these losses. I was a Romanian Jew, I lived in this country, I was born here and I love my country. There were suspicions about a Jewish involvement [in connection with the so-called Jewish Communist conspiracy], but I think all the Jews were hurt by these territorial losses.
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