Nov 11, 2023
Dolly Rabinowitz was born in Berehove (then Czechoslovakia, now Ukraine) to a rabbinical family. When she was 19, Dolly and her family were taken alongside the other Jews of the neighboring villages to the death camp of Auschwitz. From there she was forced to endure the barbaric cruelty of Auschwitz and the Death March to the Ravensbruck concentration camps. After experiencing unspeakable atrocities simply because of her faith, Dolly emigrated to America, got married, and now lives in Boro Park with her family.
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