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Auschwitz survivors reveal the meals they ate during their darkest days


Eva Shainblum was just 16 when she and her entire family were rounded up and sent to Auschwitz death camp.

Loaded onto cattle trucks in June 1944 from a ghetto in Nagyvárad, Hungary, with Soviet and Allied troops closing in, upon arrival almost all of her family were immediately sent to the gas chambers.

Only Eva and her sister Ela survived.

In the filthy, disease-ridden conditions of the extermination camp which would eventually claim an estimated 1.1 million lives, the sisters existed on a miserable diet of rotten vegetables and bitter liquid.

Loaded onto cattle trucks in June 1944 from a ghetto in Nagyvárad, Hungary, with Soviet and Allied troops closing in, upon arrival almost all of her family were immediately sent to the gas chambers

Eating tiny amounts of calories and suffering from diarrhoea and crippling abdominal pain, many inmates died from weakness or starvation

Eva Shainblum was just 16 when she and her entire family were rounded up and sent to…



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