A survivor’s story

Eva Adler experienced great loss during the Holocaust, but her passion and ‘impossible love’ inspired her son to carry on her legacy.

April 27, 2016 16:01
World War II

The hole Anton Sukhinski built in his backyard to hide six Jews during World War II. (photo credit: YAD VASHEM)


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"As I promised you, Manolo, I begin writing the story of my life during the Second World War.” So begins the epic retelling of Eva Adler’s odyssey of profound loss during the Holocaust to one of her two beloved sons.

It is a harrowing tale of survival, but it is also a love story. A story so powerful that it inspired one of her sons to co-found The March of the Living more than 30 years ago to ensure that his family’s legacy is never forgotten.


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