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Published on Aug 9, 2010
Hannah Rigler was born in Shavli (Siauliai), Lithuania, in 1928. Her father was murdered shortly after the German invasion, and she was put in the ghetto with her mother and elder sister. In summer 1944, when the ghetto was liquidated they were taken to Stutthof camp. From there they were taken on a death march westwards. Hannah managed to escape and collapsed totally exhausted in a barn. She was found by a group of British POWs, who despite the great risk nursed her back to health. http://www.yadvashem.org/righteous/st...
This story was prepared with the support of The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany