Lola's book, "The Hidden Girl A True Story of the Holocaust"
Lola Rein Kaufman says that at the age of 7 the Germans arrived in her Polish town and killed her mother and father.
Kaufman's grandmother arranged with a 'Gentile' woman for Lola to hide with three other Jews in a 6-by-4-foot hole dug in the floor of a root cellar.
When the Holocaust was over and she was liberated, she only had the embroidered dress her mother had made. She cleaned it up and kept it.
Then when the Holocaust™ Museum opened in New York, Lola gave the museum the dress as an artifact.
Lola had never told her Holocaust™ story to anyone, not even to her three children. But after speaking to a museum representative, suddenly she decided to start telling her tale.
Lola shares her story to fight against "the supremacist haters."
Article: "Holocaust survivor stunned by attack on memorial to millions of slaughtered innocents"
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Read more about Lola's story via the USHMM.
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