Holocaust Survivors Reunite in Israel After 75 Years

Holocaust Survivors Reunite in Israel After 75 Years

Credit:Screencapture_People via JTA

After spending years apart and believing each other had been killed by the Nazis, two friends and Holocaust survivors reunite after 75 years reports the Times of Israel.

“Good to see you too after all these years,” Mairowitz said. “Seventy-five years you waited. I know it’s a long time. We’ve got each other now. And we can see each other.”

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