Doughnuts, milk and an untold story ... Holocaust survivor shares her mother's experiences of courage and perseverence during horrors of war
MAUTHAUSEN, Austria -- This copy of a photo is of the three "Holocaust babies." Eva Clarke, left, had originally thought she was the only baby born on the coal truck (one of many carriages on a train), but just over a year ago, she found out that four other women had also been pregnant at the same time as her mother. The women all had to sign papers to say their babies would be taken from them as soon as they were born, to be euthanized. But two of those babies escaped that horror, and survived. They were both born on the same train as Eva, just a few days earlier. Those other two babies were Mark Olsky, born April 20, 1945, and Hannah Berger-Moran, born April 12, 1945, both pictured here with Eva. The three met for the first time in Mauthausen, Austria, in 2010. "We spent almost the whole weekend in tears," Eva said. (Courtesy photo)

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