Alice Herz-Sommer, who died at 110, was the oldest known Holocaust survivor. Her music allowed her to cheat death in a concentration camp — and helped others too.
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Bloomingburg, N.Y. may soon be home to thousands of Hasidic Jews. But developer Shalom Lamm’s big plans for this tiny village are sparking outrage among locals.78
The world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, Alice Herz-Sommer, died Sunday at the age 110. She was a pianist and the subject of an Oscar-nominated documentary.3
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