Horrors of Holocaust detailed for students
By Ron Jensen, Stars and Stripes European edition, Friday, April 30, 2004
Joanna Millan was a baby when the Nazis took her and her mother to a concentration camp in Czechoslovakia. Her mother died, but Joanna was adopted by a Jewish couple in England. She told her remarkable story on Wednesday to students at Lakenheath High School in England.
She was separated from her mother soon after arriving at Thereisenstadt […]
“I was one of less than 100 that came out alive in 1945,” she said. “I believe I was saved because I had no one to take me to the gas chambers.”