Lillian Judd was born in Czechoslovakia and grew up during the onset of World War II. As a teenager, she was taken to the ghetto in her hometown and then to the Auschwitz death camp. Near the end of the war, she was forced to participate in the death marches before her liberation and emigration to America. She has lived in Santa Rosa for many years and is an active member of Congregation Beth Ami, a local synagogue and community center.
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- From Nightmare to Freedom : Healing After the Holocaust
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