Eva's Nazi-era passport, after she was forcibly made into a German citizen from an Austrian one, replete with red J and the addition of 'Sara' to her name, something the Nazis made all Jewish women add
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'Auschwitz I got over but the loss I never did'

Eva Schloss survived the Holocaust with her mother Fritzi after being imprisoned in Auschwitz.

After the war her mother married Otto Frank, the father of the diarist Anne Frank.

Eva Schloss's ordeal continued after the Holocaust was over. "Auschwitz I got over, but the loss, I never did," she said.

Her disappointment at realising life after the war would never be as she imagined it left her "very very depressed" and "very bitter".

She talked to Huw Edwards about her experience.

  • 27 Jan 2015
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