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Amazing story of a Holocaust survivor


During the Holocaust, a large group of Polish women were rounded up to

be sent to the gas chambers. As the group gathered their possessions

to take with them into the camp the evil Nazi officers called out to

all the villagers who were standing by watching, "Anything that these

Jews leave behind you may take for yourselves, because for sure they

will not be coming back to collect them!"


Two Polish women who were standing nearby saw a woman towards the back

of the group, wearing a large, heavy, expensive coat. Not wanting to

wait to see if others got the coat before them, they ran to the woman

and knocked her to the ground, grabbing her coat and walked away.

As the Jewish women were being led away, these two Polish women lay down

the coat to divide the spoils of what was hiding inside. As they

rummaged through the pockets, they discovered gold jewellery, silver

candlesticks and other heirlooms, but still, as they lifted the coat

it seemed heavier than it should be.


After further inspection,

they found a secret pocket, and hidden inside the coat was a little baby

girl. Shocked at their discovery, one of the women insisted to the

other, saying "I don't have any children, and I'm too old to have now.

You take all the gold and silver and let me take the baby". The deal

was agreed and the Polish woman took her new 'daughter' home to her

delighted husband .

 

They raised the Jewish girl as their own, treating

her very well, but never told her anything of her history. The girl

excelled in her studies and became a successful pediatrician, working

in the top hospital in Poland.


After some years the girl's 'mother' passed away. A week after, she

received a knock at the door. An old woman invited herself in and said

"I want you to know that the woman that passed away last week was not

your real mother..." and she proceeded to tell her the whole story.

 

The girl did not believe her at first but the old woman said to her

"When we found you, you were wearing a beautiful gold pendant with

strange writing on it which must be Hebrew, I am sure that your mother

kept the necklace, go and look" and with that parting advice she left.

The girl went into her 'mother's' jewellery box and found the necklace

just as the woman described. She had it extended and wore it every

day, but thought nothing more of her Jewish roots.


Sometime later, she went on holiday abroad and saw two Lubavitch boys.

Seizing the opportunity she told them entire story and showed them the

necklace. The boys confirmed that a Jewish name was inscribed on the

necklace but did not know what to say about her status.


They recommended that she send a letter to the Lubavitcher Rebbe Rabbi

Menachem M. Schneerson, explaining everything. She sent off the letter and

received a speedy reply saying

that it is clear from the facts that she is a Jewish girl and since

she had a special talent, she should use her invaluable skills in

Israel, a place in desperate need of talented pediatricians.

She took the Rebbe's advice and moved to Israel where she approached a

Beis Din who declared her Jewish. She was accepted into a hospital to

work, and she met her husband and raised a family.


Some years later...

When there was a terrorist attack at the Sbarro cafe in the centre of

Jerusalem in August 2001, this woman was walking nearby with her

husband. She told her husband to return home to the kids and she

proceeded to rush to the scene where she treated the wounded and helped the

injured to hospital.

 

When she arrived at the hospital she met an elderly man who

was in a state of shock. He was searching everywhere for his

granddaughter who had become separated from him. She calmed him down

and went with him to search amongst all the patients in order to find

his granddaughter. Asking how she could recognise her, the frantic

grandfather gave a rough description of a gold pendant necklace that

she was wearing.

 

After searching amongst the injured, they finally

found the granddaughter who was wearing the necklace. At the sight of

this necklace, the pediatrician froze. She turned to the old man and

said "where did you buy this necklace from?" "You can't buy such a

necklace" he responded, "I am a goldsmith and I made this necklace.

Actually I made two identical ones for each of my daughters. This is

my granddaughter from one of them, and my other daughter did not

survive the war"


...And this is how the Jewish Polish girl was reunited with her father.

 

 
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