By Adam Schwartz
My mother’s survival story — Love and hope after the Holocaust
Miraculously, my mother did what almost no one else in her large family could: She survived WWII. She arrived at New York’s Ellis Island in 1946, still a teenager. Orphaned, dispossessed of everything and knowing no English, she lived first in Toronto with her older sister, Jean, who’d left Poland a decade before the war…
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