Experiencing the Miracle (Truda Rosenberg Story)
Truda Rosenberg was 19 years old when Nazis invaded her small hometown in Poland. Her family was forced to live in a ghetto, where there was no food, no running water, no heat and so little space that people had to sleep in shifts. The horrible conditions prompted Rosenberg to take action. She assumed a new identity and fled the ghetto. She was caught shortly thereafter and taken to a prison. Guards told her and other Jewish captives to prepare for the death march.
Rosenberg survived the Holocaust, however, earned a PhD in psychology and at the age of 83 shares her wartime experiences.