by Jennifer Roy
“In 1945 the war ended. The Germans surrendered, and the ghetto was liberated. Out of over a quarter of a million people, about 800 walked out of the ghetto. Of those who survived, only twelve were children. I was one of the twelve.”
For more than 50 years after the war, Syvia Perlmutter, like many Holocaust survivors, did not talk about her experiences in the Lodz ghetto in Poland. When she finally decided it was time to share, Syvia told her story to her niece, who has powerfully re-told her aunt’s heartbreaking account.
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