Emotional Reunion of Siblings Separated During the Holocaust

Emotional Reunion of Siblings Separated During the Holocaust

After 65 years, Holocaust survivor Hilda Schlick (formerly Glasberg) is tearfully, joyfully reunited with her brother, Simon Glasberg.

Simon had filled out a testimony about his sister, thinking that his sister had perished in the Holocaust. It was when Hilda’s grandchildren searched the Yad Vashem database of Shoah victims that they found her brother’s testimony on behalf of the sister he thought he lost.

Written by Rina Goldhagen

 

 

 

 

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