Journal 5 - Tara Kwarta SSC208 Prof Stelzer-Jocks Chapter 5...

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Tara Kwarta SSC208 Prof. Stelzer-Jocks 10/30/2016 Chapter 5 Journal: Sara Kain’s Story of Survival Sara Kain was born in 1919 to a family of 8 children that resided in Kassa, also known as Kosice, Czechoslovakia. Her family owned a Patisserie, which is a breakfast/ lunch type of restaurant. Her eldest sisters, Rachel and Meir, immigrated to Israel before the war, and were not forced into concentration camps as the other members of her family were. In 1938 Czechoslovakia was consolidated into what is now known as Hungary. The infiltration of Hungary began in March of 1944, and in April of that year, the residents of this small town were forced into a ghetto with other small towns in their region of Hungary. In May of 1944 Sara and her sister Ethel were moved to a brick factory, and shortly after that, in June of 1944, they were moved, with their parents, to the notoriously known concentration camp, Auschwitz. After Sara and Ethel were moved to Auschwitz, they struggled greatly to stay together with their family. Primarily they were removed from their parents, and the parents were sent directly to the gas
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