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Memories of a child survivor

Not all survivors of the Holocaust were Jewish

Based on my book "Children of terror" - relating stories of a German-Jewish and Polish-Catholic child survivors.

The Noble prize is not so noble

Based on my book "finding Dr. Schatz - The discovery of Streptomycin and a life it saved. The co-discoverer was cheated of the Nobel Prize.

Dr. Inge Auerbacher

Holocaust survivor

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English, German, Hebrew

Dr. Inge Auerbacher was born in Germany. At the age of seven she was imprisoned in the Terezin concentration camp in what is now the Czech Republic. Out of the 15,000 children imprisoned at Terezin very few survived. In 1946, she emigrated to the United States and has lived there ever since. Inge’s school career began at age fifteen after a bout of tuberculosis contracted in the camp. The Holocaust caused a loss of 8 years of education. Inge earned a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry. She worked for thirty-eight years as a chemist in medical research and clinical work. She is the author of six books, and published in nine languages.

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