Holocaust Survivor Eva Brown Speaks at El Camino College
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Although she’s only 5 feet tall, Eva Brown carries the weight of history on her diminutive shoulders. As she relates her experiences as a Holocaust survivor to a rapt audience, it is apparent that her combination of physical and moral toughness enabled her to survive one of history’s greatest humanitarian tragedies. Born in a small village in Hungary, Eva saw her idyllic life shattered by the Nazi invasion. Hiding the physical and emotional scars of Nazi brutality, she came to America and rebuilt her life.