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Lisa Nussbaum was born on Christmas of 1926 and lived three miles out from the German border.
Lisa was sent to a public school in 1937. She was bullied because she was a Jew. Boys grabbed her hair and even pinned her to a wall for her belief. Two years later the war began. In 1941 her family was moved to the Slonin ghetto.
Her mother slipped them out into the woods to escape and they witnessed what cruelties the Nazis were doing. They were both able to survive because a Christian woman hid and protected them until the madness had stopped. Lisa emigrated to America in 1947 and lived to see another day.
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