Featured Survivor: Rosette
Rosette managed to survive the Holocaust by hiding outside of Paris with a generous farmer and his family. Her father enlisted to work at a nearby labor camp, but was arrested and transported to Auschwitz on an SNCF convoy. He was then transferred to Buchenwald and finally Langenstein-Zwieberge where he was murdered five days before the camp was liberated.
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