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Sara Luz

Born in Lodz on June 2nd,  1927

After surviving the ghetto of Lodz, Auschwitz, Bergen Belzen, it is only because she was able to walk out of the camp at the liberation that she got help by the Red Cross. The others that couldn’t walk out died. They gave her a cup of cocoa and a biscuit which made her so very sick because of years of malnutrition. But that wasn’t the end of the camps for Sara… From transit camp to transit camp she was still detained in Cyprus. It is only after Pessach ’48 that she arrives in the orchards of Netanya. “It was so beautiful, it smelled so good! Those oranges! I had learnt all about orchards in the Hebrew classes on Cyprus but now I finally saw them!”

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