Sonia Weitz "survived five Nazi death camps"
The story goes that Weitz "survived five Nazi death camps - Plaszow, Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Venusberg, and Mauthausen".
Of those 5 camps, only Auschwitz is now claimed to be a "death camp" by proponents of the "official" Holocaust story. The other camps are now acknowledged to have only been slave-labor work camps.
Plaszow was a work camp located just outside Kraków, supplying manpower to several armament factories and a stone quarry. 
The Venusberg camp was located in Saxony, Germany, and was a work camp where 1000 Jewesses had to work for the Junkers airplane factory called "Venuswerke". 
Mauthausen was a labor camp in Austria that used inmates in quarries, munitions factories, mines, arms factories and Me 262 fighter-plane assembly plants.
Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Lower Saxony in northwestern Germany, originally established as a prisoner of war camp, lated used as a concentration camp where Jewish inamtes were held with the intention of exchanging them for German prisoners of war held overseas.
Sonia claims that she and her older sister Blanca were the only two of 84 family members who survived the genocide.
She says she only weighed 60-pounds at 16-years-old when the war ended in 1945.
Upon being liberated at Bergen-Belsen, Weitz says she awoke in the morning to see an African-American soldier. She had never seen an African-American before, and thought that this soldier must be the Messiah. She later wrote a poem written in tribute to her liberator, entitled “My Black Messiah.”
Also of note in the first article below is the admmission that so-called "Holocaust survivors" did not begin to speak about the "Holocaust" until the 1970s.
Article #1: 'Guardians of the Holocaust' help survivors tell their stories
Article #2: Weitz Recalls Concentration Camps
Note: use http://www.archive.org/ to find articles if original links no longer work
Sonia has a book of Holo poems for sale entitled I Promised I Would Tell.