Auschwitz survivor: ‘There was no life. We were starving’
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Scotland’s last Holocaust survivor has recalled the horror of Auschwitz as the 75th anniversary of the death camp’s liberation is marked.
Judith Rosenberg was 22 when she was put on a cramped train with her Jewish family in the spring of 1944.
Together they were transported from Gyor in their native Hungary to Poland where they were immediately split up.
Her Majesty the Queen has graciously approved the following award for Ingrid Wuga
MEDAL OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (BEM)
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