Jewish Journal


March 5, 2009

[VIDEO] Holocaust Survivor Identifies Herself in Museum Photo


It’s not so unusual to casually surf websites like Facebook and MySpace and find random photos of yourself on other people’s profiles.  But when it’s not a social networking site, but a Holocaust exhibit, it’s a little different. 

Video by Jay Firestone.  Interviews by Julie Gruenbaum Fax

Here’s an excerpt from the original article:

That’s how she explained the smile on her face in a photograph of herself some 65 years ago, just after she was selected for labor at Auschwitz. And that is probably why she snickered on a recent afternoon, as she pointed herself out in that same photograph, now hanging on the wall of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, a beneficiary of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. more.



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