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Eva Kor – Growing Up Behind the Barbed Wire

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Eva Kor – Growing Up Behind the Barbed Wire

Language: English

Eva Kor and her twin sister Miriam were experimented on by infamous Nazi doctor Josef Mengele. She describes how one experimented had nearly killed her but she promised herself she would survive. Eva’s testimony is featured in the IWitness activity Growing Up Behind the Barbed Wire.

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Eva Kor and her twin sister Miriam were experimented on by infamous Nazi doctor Josef Mengele. She describes how one experimented had nearly killed her but she promised herself she would survive. Eva’s testimony is featured in the new IWitness activity Growing Up Behind the Barbed Wire.

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