ivolunteer Arranges Visits With Holocaust Survivors

Posted on February 14, 2010

She turned to Heilbrunn and asked, “Am I giving you joy?” “Yes,” Heilbrunn replied. “The more I’m with Inge … I get good feelings about our meetings,” Glicksman said. “I remember sitting at breakfast and hearing a knock at the door,” Heilbrunn said. Her father was taken and imprisoned in Buchenwald for a time. On Dec. 1, 1938, Heilbrunn and her sister were placed in the Kindertransport. Heilbrunn was 14, her sister 11. For information about iVolunteer, go to ivolunteerny.com

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