Survivor marks birthday on Holocaust Remembrance Day with stories of Auschwitz

Cipora Feivlovich, 92, spends the day retelling her harrowing experiences in the camp, where her parents, brother and best friends all perished

By ARON HELLER

AP — As the world commemorates the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz on International Holocaust Remembrance Day Sunday, death camp survivor Cipora Feivlovich marks her own personal milestone as she turns 92.

Feivlovich has spent her most recent birthdays recounting to audiences in Israel and Germany her harrowing experiences in the camp, where her parents, brother and best friends all perished.

“When we first met after the war he asked me if I thought I could have children after everything I went through in Auschwitz. And I said ‘I don’t promise anything. What the Lord gives is what will be,’” she recalled from her home in Jerusalem. “We understood each other. He always said he was lucky to marry me since I understood him.”
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