Helga Berliner Weinbach
By Helga Berliner Weinbach
I repressed my parents’ final Seder before Auschwitz – until coronavirus
My parents were among the few: a married couple who survived the Auschwitz-Birkenau killing machine, a string of slave labor camps and death marches. In March 1944, the Nazis marched into their Hungarian hometown of Sevlus, a prosperous agricultural city surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains. Liquidating its Jews was a top priority, pursued with industrial…
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