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My name is Manya Moszkowicz, I was born December 30, 1925. When my family and I lived in A small Polish town, my father owned a furniture shop. I attended both a public school and a Hebrew school. We moved to Sosnowiec, in Germany in 1938.
This became personal to me because I went through all of the Holocaust and Lived through it. I was in a death march an lived through it. I can now tell my story to people around the United States.
I was brought to a labor camp called Gleiwitz. My family however was brought to Auschwitz, and I never saw them again. In January, however, we were evacuated on a death march. The other prisoners and I were transported for ten days in the bitter cold of the train cars we were in. We were rescued by the Swedish Red Cross in April 1945. I emigrated from Sweden to the United States in 1950.
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