The traumatic experiences she went through as a child in the concentration camp at Bergen-Belsen left permanent emotional scars on Rina Revach. Decades later, she will go on a journey of salvation to the place where she learned what true horror means.
Interviewee: Rina Revach
Interview by: Iasonas Nestoridis
Producer: Stavros Vlachos
Sound Designer: Iasonas Theofanou
Sound Editor: Spyros Lymperopoulos
Photos: Apostolis Karoulas Voiceover: Monica McShane
Istorima is the bigest project of recording and preserving oral histories of Greece. Over 1,000 young researchers find narrators, listen, collect and save stories of people from all over Greece : Stories of their place, stories of love, stories that changed us or defined us, stories modern or old. Stories that are not recorded in the history books and that could be lost in time. Istorima is the co-creation of the journalist Sofia Papaioannou and the historian Katherine Fleming and is implemented with a founding donation from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) as part of his Youth Reboot and Empowerment initiative (learn more at www.snf.org). The more than 20,000 stories are being published in their entirety in stages at www.archive.istorima.org. Excerpts of the stories are published in the form of podcasts, videos or written stories at www.istorima.org