Doughnuts, milk and an untold story ... Holocaust survivor shares her mother's experiences of courage and perseverence during horrors of war
Eva Clarke’s parents, Anka and Bernd Nathan, are shown here on their wedding day, May 15, 1940. They were taken prisoner and put in concentration camps, just because they were Jewish. They spent three years at Terezin, until the end of September 1944, when Eva's father was sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau. The next day, her mother volunteered to go and be with him, but she never saw him again. She later found out that he'd been shot dead Jan. 18, 1945, just one week before the Russian army liberated the concentration camp there. (Courtesy photo)

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