Hugo and Clementine Mosbacher

My Dear Good Rosi: Letters from Nazi-occupied Holland, 1940-1943

Based on the 200 letters and postcards written by Hugo and Clemy Mosbacher in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam to their only child Rosi, who was first in London and then in New York

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Live TV Interview

Take: 30 show on i24News about My Dear Good Rosi: Letters from Nazi-Occupied Holland, 1940-1943.
My Dear Good Rosi

My Dear Good Rosi

Left: Rosi Mosbacher Baczewski in New York. The story of Rosi’s parents’ unsuccessful efforts to flee Europe for USA.
My Grandparents Hugo and Clemy: From Nuremberg to Auschwitz

My Grandparents Hugo and Clemy: From Nuremberg to Auschwitz

The laying of Stolperstein/Stumbling Stones in Nuremberg, Germany
to honor Hugo and Clemy Mosbacher.

Stumbling Stones: An Act of Remembrance

A presentation at the Oakland Family History Resource Center to honor family members murdered for being Jewish.

Stones of Remembrance

An eight minute film clip produced by the Stones of Remembrance Association in Vienna to honor Natalie Baczewski, my husband’s paternal grandmother who was murdered in the Holocaust. It is filmed in the last residence where Natalie freely lived.

Natalie Baczewski

Portrait of Natalie Baczewski, Tony Baczewski’s paternal grandmother  painted in 1907 by Oskar Kokoschka. The Leopold Museum, Vienna, Austria

Honoring Elie Wiesel

My husband, Tony Baczewski and I were interviewed for a TV segment to honor Elie Wiesel on the day of his death.