The March
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"Both my parents were in Auschwitz and survived 'The Death March.' My father, deceased since 1979, never spoke about his experiences. My mother, on the other hand, continuously made references to the 'miracle' of her survival and recounted in vivid detail what it was like to walk for miles in the bitter cold with just a blanket and a pair of wooden shoes ('Trepches'). She tells a story of how one night when the entire column of inmates took a rest at a nearby farm, she found a small sack of sugar cubes in a hay loft, which kept her and a companion alive for several… More

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