Previous Guest Book EntriesMy heat goes out to your family. I am very interested in the the Holocaust, infact I am trying to teach a noncredit class at the local community college. God Bless
B. Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pgh, Pa USA -
My immediate ancestors are English. Thanks for the family information.
Matthew Natt <email@example.com>
Park City, ut USA -
wonderful website for of a lot of vital information! thank you so much for making it available!!!!
Krystel Higgelked <firstname.lastname@example.org>
spokane , wa USA -
i enjoyed your web site alot , it influenced me in many ways, thank you ever so much. :)
omaha, ne USA -
Bob Natt suggested I look at this website and I'm so glad that I did. It contains a wealth of experiences that all nationalities and races should not forget and I thank you for the opportunity to read through it.
Eileen Schuman <email@example.com>
Milford, CT USA -
It's very interesting!
Jeana Denchfield <JeanaFlowers@msn.com>
Raleigh, NC USA -
Hallo, ich habe mit Interesse die Seiten gelesen. Es ist interessant und beängstigend zugleich. Auf jeden Fall ist es faszinierend, solche detailierten Angaben über die Heimat zu lesen. Auf die Seite bin ich gekommen, weil ich die Seite http://www.thomas-turnwald.de/atlantis ins Leben gerufen habe, und in diesem Jahr Dorothy Baer uns besuchen will. Ich habe daher nach Möglichkeiten der Kontaktaufnahme und nach Informationen gesucht. ------------------- Hi, I read your pages full of interest. It's interesting and alarming together. In any case it's fascinating, to read such detailed statements about the native country. I found this site, 'cause I'm the webmaster of http://www.thomas-turnwald.de/atlantis , and in this year Dorothy Baer will wisit this place. I searched about getting contact and informations about her.
Thomas Turnwald <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Frankfurt, Germany -
Many thanks for giving us insights into the terrors that you and millions of others lived. I hope and pray that this website may be a vehicle of catharsis for the Natt Family. Perhaps we can all hope that these accounts will foster more kindness and consideration for those we encounter who are less fortunate. Thanks for the sobering stories. I hope you can sense the sorrow and compassion we who visit your site feel for your past plight into a living nightmare. We wish you well!
Orem, UT USA -
very interesting web page - thank you. i must be from an different branch of natts - maybe?!
Terry Natt <email@example.com>
Ballarat, Vic Australia -
thank you for educating me on the holocaust! i'm doing a speech at school on the horrors of the holocaust
milton, ont canada -
Thanks for the info. I loved your page, I even used it in a school project. Very thorough and informative
Nate Weintraub <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Newton , MA USA -
i am doing a report on the holocaust i think this site will prove very helpful
melissa soshnik <email@example.com>
Im 14 years old,Im touch to be in the guestbook of the holocaust.thank you.
Tasheia Hicks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Det, Mi USA -
Its Honor to be in the guest book of the holocaust.I adore your time to create a guest book love ya. Sincerly,Candice Magee
Candice Magee <SweetCandy13059>
Det, Mi USA -
I thought there were only about 6 of us left. I didnt even know I had any Jewish blood in me. I must admit to have not read all of this yet but I will do. Do you have any info on the Natts left in Britain?
Tom Natt <email@example.com>
Redhill, UK -
Ahhh.. I thought I would add a comment to your guest book. Somehow I stumbled on your web site while I was surfing around.
San Diego, California USA -
I am 14 years old and I was touched by this website.
would like to hear from any natt family .
margaret firman (nee natt) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
swindon, wilts england -
I think this site is very intresting and includes exelent info
calgary, canada -
We are fellow Natts searching for a) the origin of the name and b) the details of Natts who made their way to Australia and their history. If anyone is able to send us details, please do so.Ta muchly...Love to other Natts.
Phil and Tess Natt <email@example.com>
Melbourne, Vic. Australia -
Your web site is remarkable.
Jerry Mason <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Norfolk, VA USA -
An amazing site and an amazing family history. My heart goes out to you and everyone in your family. I hope that some of the younger generation will read the stories in this site and learn from this. Best wishes, Fin
Fin Bonset <email@example.com>
Orlando, FL USA -
My father and I recently completed a book on his experiences as a prisoner of war in Germany during World War II. Part of what I learned from my dad during the writing of the book, was the sadness he felt when he was watching the trains travelling by the prison camp, loaded up with Jewish people. Him and the other Canadian soldiers were trying to figure out how they could stop the trains or do something to help. But they would have been shot. Although he felt sadness, it wasn't until he was liberated that he actually found out what was going on inside those concentration camps. I have a hard time dealing with man's inhumanity to man and the treatment the Jews received during this time of history. I thank you all for writing down your stories. Maybe it will teach us all to be more tolerant and to not judge people because they have different beliefs. God Bless You All! Jayne Turvey
Hillsdale, On Canada -
yes i think this is really interting info i have to do a project on the holocaust and i thought this site was really helpfulll thank you so much- sarah
sarah l <firstname.lastname@example.org>
rolla, mo USA -
To help myself and my children understand what our family endured and did not endure. Our hearts are still with them in love and memories we never got to share
JANET SHAPIRO MADAY <FRANCINEFISHPAWW@AOL.COM>
CUTCHGUE, NY USA -
please never let this happen again
ann marie byrne <email@example.com>
dublin, ireland -
Great site! Hi to everyone.
Gary Seeman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fairfax, CA USA -
I was born in Germany during the war of German parents and now want to know all that happened since I missed the chance of asking them while they were still alive.
Hilmar A. Monninger <email@example.com>
Sierra Madre , Ca USA -
I believe that Hitler was a crazy man who has murdered many inocent people and I feel for all of them. What I don't like is the fact that everyone seems to forget that 20.000.000 Russians were killed in the WW2, 6.000.000 Polaks, 2.000.000 Serbs... everyone is just talking about jews who suffered and they don't mention others. Holocaust is to be denounced, but others have suffered just as much and Russian folks even more!!!
Ostoja Simetic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Novi Sad, Srbija -
I will have to return to this site, as I have not read everything. God Bless
Martha L. Garrett <email@example.com>
Fayetteville, NC USA -
i read most of the accounts and i found them very intresting and they were very useful for my assignment thanx
sydney, nsw australia -
FANTASTIC PAGE!!GOOD 2 FI ND IM NOT THE ONLY NATT!!
STUART NATT <firstname.lastname@example.org>
melksham,wilts, england -
Thomas Sandor <email@example.com>
Montreal, QC Canada -
No matter how much i read on the holocost I can never understand how people could have done those things to other human beings, so I keep reading but I know that i will never find any sense to it, there is none. Even though i am not a Jew and only 21 I try to learn instead of hate,forgive but to never forget, thank you to all of you for telling your stories for being so brave and strong.
Sinead Moynihan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cork, / Ireland -
I find the Holocaust a part of our history that is sicking How people could do these things to others is beyound my understanding. man can be so sick at times. I pray that we stop these things. But thet go on even today. What does it take for us to learn?
Portland, OR USA -
After having read of your families stories, and particularly Bernhards which was written with so much detail, I have sat here in almost stunned disbelief, trying to come up with what to say. And I find that words don't come easy. Because reading it has brought about so many emotions. I find it so hard to believe the cruelty which some humans could inflict on their fellow man. I also though find alot of inspiration in Bernhards story, Because despite having gone thru so much, and each step of the way seemingly worse than the next, that he fought, and hung on to life, hoping for a better tomorrow. I also found myself very happy, because it sounds like his tomorrows worked out for him. And his dreams came true. I think a great addition to your site would be some kind of a brief followup of his years after this experience. I have a feeling it would really show an important message, of how Evil could not triumph in the end. And lastly, to all of you and to all those you have lost, I say God Bless you. And, God Bless us all, so that something like this may never happen again. I think you do us all a great service by sharing your story. Rick J. Columbus Ohio
Columbus, Oh USA -
Thankyou for a producing such a moving and heart-warming website. You have really opened my eyes.
Paul Bedford <email@example.com>
London, UK -
I got to this site on a search for survivor stories. It really helped me on my school project.
Tarrytown, NY USA -
I had a report to do on the survivers of the holocaust and your websight was i needed! Thanx so very much! I can't belive some one could just try to get rid of a hole rac like that it's horrifing!! Well thanxs!!!!
ashville, n.c. USA -
Thanks alot for your websight!
ashville, n.c. USA -
I found Bernard's story quite moving and I am glad I have read it. Thank-you for having it published on the internet for it is important that people read and understand what went on during those terrible years between 1933-45 in Europe. Thank-you once again for creating a web page to remember your family members who died in the holocaust. Gail Milling
gail milling <firstname.lastname@example.org.>
Victoria, B.C. Canada -
i fell so bad for all the people who suffered in the holocaust. i've studied alot of it and feel for all the lives that were lost. my wishes and prayers go out to all that suffered this gruesome,prejudice crime, even those who suffered and servived. No one diserves this kind of pain no matter sex, race, nationality, color, - anything. I hope in the future that people will realize that all of thiscan be avoided- "learn to love one another!"
or USA -
Great site- I would love some links to others like it.
Katie Baylin <email@example.com>
I really can't believe the horror and pain the holocaust has made, if I were a jewish person in that time I know i wouldn't have been able to be as strong as you all are.
winston-salem, nc USA -
My name is Davin Natt. I am a descendent that came from Kent England. William Natt first sailed to Australia and settled in Australia around 1850's. i was wandering if you could forward some information about your descendents.
Davin Natt <DavinN@ausi.com>
Adelaide, SA Australia -
I sit here at my computor screen, after reading the web page, in utter disbelief. To read of the atrocities committed upon your family I am saddened by your families misfortune at the hands of such sadistic people. Yet, I am also moved by the spirit of your families strength to survive and commend the Natt family for their ultimate sacrifices. May God Bless you all.
George Libby Jr.
Roswell, NM USA -
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Jennyne Tremblay <yuk999@aol>
w. stock, ma USA -
My webpage has nothing to do with The Holocaust. I came here looking for info for my English report, and I found plenty of info. Thanx!!!!!!!!!!!
St. Louis, Mo USA -
I will be using this info for a school report on Holocaust survivors. Thank you!
IL USA -
A useful and important addition to the information available on the Internet.
John Menszer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New Orleans, LA USA -
The Holocaust was one of those things I always pushed to the back of my head. We recently read Night by Elie Weilsel and it opened my eyes to what it was really like. I am sure that no one can imagine what it was like if they weren't there, but I imagined everything as if it were happening to my own family. What if I was seperated from half of my family and was then treated like I was not even human? A lot of the Jewish people were much stronger than I am. I have so much respect for the people who had to endure all of that evil.
aynor, sc USA -
This is a great site. Love how you made it only follow your family. Been to many other sites looking for resources for a report in my History calss. This site was a great help and shows the relationship of families during this time. Thanks for posting this site for all to see.
Bryan Stump <Conan_14_2000@yahoo.com>
Maitland, FL USA -
A most wonderful site. I read all of your accounts and i think they really show the bravery of the jews at the awful treatment suffered at the hands of crazed lunatics. I have only my school text book to glean iformation from and they give a rather 2-d picture of the holocaust. Your accounts really added a thrid dimesion in that they were the words of people who had been there and experienced this appalling rascism and hatred. Thank you.
st.albans, uk -
Trying to find out more about my ancestry from Germany. I hit a road vlock when it came to find my great, great uncle and his family. Had to see if you had any useful info. for me. The site is very moving for me to see, even though I was born in the 60's. Keep up the good work on this subject, everyone needs to hear and see about it.
LuAnn Nelson <Luey@nccray.com>
Williston, ND USA -
Trying to find out more about my ancestry from Germany. I hit a road vlock when it came to find my great, great uncle and his family. Had to see if you had any useful info. for me. The site is very moving for me to see, even though I was born in the 60's. Kepp up the good work on this subjuect, everyone needs to hear and see about it.
LuAnn Nelson <Luey@nccray.com>
Williston, ND USA -
the holocaust was one of the worst times on this planet earth. i'm glad some people care enough to tell what all happened.
fairborn, OH USA -
Have been reading your story. It is fascinating. I'll write more when I more when I finish
Shirley Kaplow <email@example.com>
Delray Beach, FFl USA -
I am an historian interested in hearing about the experiences of people who were involved in the tragic events of World War 2.
Christine Dyar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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