How A Set of Twins Survived the Holocaust Together with Michael Berenbaum and Marion Ein Lewin

By | Jan 25, 2024


Marion Ein Lewin and her twin brother Steven Hess were just six years old when they were taken to Bergen-Belsen and imprisoned with their parents for approximately a year before being liberated and then making their way to the United States. Join Lewin and Holocaust Scholar Michael Berenbaum for a conversation about what they experienced and how they survived, a remarkable story documented in the new book Inseparable: The Hess Twins’ Holocaust Journey through Bergen-Belsen to America by Faris Cassell.

This program is in commemoration of International Holocaust Memorial Day.


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