Witness to History: Holocaust Remembrance Speaker
Posted by Repair the World on January 22, 2018
“Anneliese Winterberg Nossbaum was born in Guben, Germany. In July 1941, when Anneliese was 12 years old, the Nazis ordered her family to move to a cloister with a total of 474 people. In October 1944 she was deported with her mother to Auschwitz, Poland. Upon arrival she was selected to work in the slave labor camp. All her hair was shaved and she was given insufficient food and water…”
Come hear Ms. Nossbaum share her story, through the Witness to History Program, in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Repair the World: Philadelphia, UPenn Hillel, Graduate Student Network, Franciscan Volunteer Ministry, Tribe 12, and The Chevra invite you to join us for this meaningful event.
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