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Francine's Interview - Holocaust Survivor, FRANCE - #HUMAN

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In this video interview with Francine Christophe, a Holocaust survivor, you will learn about her experience as an eight-year-old Jewish girl at Bergen-Belsen camp. You'll be amazed to learn about her selfless act, and the great reward that she experiences years after being liberated.

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After World War II, many stories similar to Francine's were shared in letters, journal entries, books, and interviews. These first-hand accounts of the Holocaust help people today to understand the experiences of the many people who were involved. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum hosts many survivor testimonies and resources

In addition, the TED-Ed lesson, "Lessons from Auschwitz: The power of our words" by Benjamin Zander is an outstanding animated account of one survivor and her brother. Finally, for more information about World War II and the Holocaust go to BBC iWonder, "The Holocaust Year by Year."  

For more "Human" video clips, similar to Francine's, check out the YouTube Channel of "Human: A Film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand."

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