Lily's Promise: How I Survived Auschwitz and Found the Strength to Live
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And I want to change this, and books are a weapon which is helping me, so that I can help others and my nation.
For example, it can prompt us to think about one day in the future and how we can empower future generations to carry forward the lessons we must learn from the Holocaust and the testimony of survivors. Ebert and Forman have also appeared on international radio and television, giving interviews to over 180 news outlets in more than 35 countries.
The book, which she co-wrote with her great-grandson, Dov Forman, is permeated by a sense of hope that Lily retains in both her educational work and daily life. When Holocaust survivor Lily Ebert BEM published her book in 2021, it became an instant Sunday Times Bestseller, widely celebrated as an incredibly powerful account of her story.
How social media helped a great-grandmother find the family of the man who liberated her from Auschwitz". An act of such kindness serves as a reminder that life is simply a series of moments - that a single act might mean more to someone than we could ever know. For our generation, we can hope for a utopian future - a world in which we learn from atrocities, where hatred and racism no longer exist.Four months after arriving in the camp, Ebert and her two sisters were transferred to a munitions factory near Leipzig, where they worked until liberation by Allied forces from the Death March in 1945. Ebert's great grandson Dov Forman received the Points of Light award from the UK Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street, in November 2021, in recognition of exceptional services to Holocaust education. million followers, it has received over 25 million ‘likes’ and their top 5 most popular videos have collectively been viewed by over 50 million people.