Maintaining strength

Betty Bausch is open and energetic about telling her story of survival from the Holocaust – but how are the rest of survivors faring?

April 16, 2015 14:51
Holocaust Remembrance Day

Betty Bausch with her memoir, ‘Broken Silence.’. (photo credit: ARIEL COHEN)


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As she opens the door to her home in Kfar Saba, Betty Bausch smiles, then leaps across the kitchen to offer us a piece of cheesecake and a cup of tea. She is calm, cool and collected, even though she’s leaving for a two-month book tour in Europe the next day.

Not to mention, she’s 96 years old.


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