Ruth David escaped Nazi Germany in 1939 but her parents both died in Auschwitz
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Leicester woman honoured by Germany for Holocaust work

A Jewish woman who escaped Nazi Germany as a child has been presented with one of Germany's highest honours.

Ruth David, who has lived most of her life in Leicester, first came to England in 1939.

She has been given an award for her work teaching children about the Holocaust.

James Roberson reports.

  • 18 Sep 2012