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Apparently, the oldest Jewish person to have been interned by the Germans has died in London at the age of 110.
Here's one particular excerpt from the article that generally isn't something spread by Orthodox Holocaustry:
Ms Herz-Sommer recalled "always laughing" during her time in Terezin, where she and other inmates put on occasional concerts.
But the article does go on to mention:
In 1942, her 73-year-old mother had been transported to Terezin, also known as Theresienstadt, and then on to Treblinka, an extermination camp.
"And I went with her of course till the last moment. This was the lowest point of my life. She was sent away. Till now I do not know where she was, till now I do not know when she died, nothing."
And how do she even know her mother died in Treblinka? Did somebody tell her that?
Homage to Catalin Haldan
I'd be interested to know what her mother's name was. I'm not sure how one would go about doing research to find out where she died though.
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