Rachel Levy is from an Hungarian Orthodox jewish family.
In 1942, she says that she, her mother, father, two brothers, and two sisters were taken by the Nazis to Auschwitz.
Rachel claims that immediately upon arrival at Auschwitz, her mother, sisters and younger brother were taken straight to the gas chambers.
Then one day Mengele payed her a visit and picked her for the gas chamber. But the gas chamber was right next to the kitchen, so Rachel managed to sneak behind some people carrying soup and escape.
The Germans then apparantly just forgot to gas Rachel. She stayed at the camp until it was liberated in 1945.
It was a miracle.
Rachel did not speak of her tale for 50 years. Now she tells her story to youngsters in England.
Article: "The nightmares never go away"
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