Interview: Liselotte Ivry
03/26/09 4:50PM By Neal Charnoff
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(Host) Montrealer Liselotte Ivry survived the brutality of World War II's concentration camps.
But rather than using the term "holocaust survivor", Ivry prefers to be called a "Witness To History".
She was 18 years old when she lost most of her family in the camps.
Ivry has since gone on to become a speaker for the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre.
She spoke with Neal Charnoff at the VPR studio in Colchester about her book.Note: Liselotte Ivry's book is available for sale at the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre.