Born in a concentration camp: the Holocaust’s youngest survivors | AFP

Two survivors of World War II share the same seldom discussed experience: they were born in Nazi concentration camps in 1945. Hana Berger Moran was born on April 12 in the Freiberg subcamp in eastern Germany and Florence Schulmann on March 24 in Bergen-Belsen in northern Germany. Their mothers were deported while pregnant, from Poland in the case of Schulmann, and from Czechoslovakia in Berger Moran’s case.

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