Holocaust story 'The Lady in Number 6' wins best documentary short

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March 3, 2014 04:40

 
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"The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life" won the Oscar for best documentary short. The film told the story of Holocaust survivor Alice Herz-Sommer, who endured the ordeal partly through her passion for music.

Herz-Sommer died last week at the age of 110. She was believed to have been the oldest Holocaust survivor at the time of her death.

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