Lily's Promise: How I Survived Auschwitz and Found the Strength to Live
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As a Holocaust survivor, Lily has experienced the worst of humanity. Still, there is not a single line in the book where it feels like she has expressed any kind of hatred or malice against any country or religion. Forgive, but don’t forget—that’s the message she gave through her story. Prime Minister honours teen who co-wrote great-grandmother's Auschwitz memoir". Jewish News UK. 1 December 2021 . Retrieved 10 February 2022.
The phrase “Together we stand, divided we fall.” This sentence best describes how Lily and her two sisters managed to survive the cruel Nazi concentration camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau and Buchenwald. The Holocaust not only killed the people who died during the war, more people than the mind can take in, but also killed something in everybody who lived through it.In fact, the book’s title, Lily’s Promise, refers to a promise Lily made to herself on Yom Kippur in 1944: if she survived the Nazis’ brutality, she would not only tell the world her story. But she would also ensure that whatever happened to them wouldn’t happen to anyone again. Ebert and Forman were awarded with the community award, from Andrew Neil, at the Jewish Care and Topland business lunch in March 2022, at the Grosvenor House Hotel.  Though the word “hope” is just a four-letter word, But its power and impact are just amazing. The same Mrs. Ebert mentioned it several times in her story. In fact, it’s the hope that keeps one alive when everything seems to be falling apart.
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.  Post-Holocaust [ edit ] Family and loyal friends are highly significant to a person who has suffered a lot in life. They allow him the necessary space that he needs for himself because they are not shoving him up against the wall. It would be impossible for that human to survive otherwise. Also, Lily Ebert’s family never forced her to tell them her story against her will. When Ebert was liberated in 1945, she met US soldier Hayman Shulman. With no paper to hand, he scribbled a message of hope onto a German banknote and gave it to Lily. In 2022, after a viral social media campaign, the family of Private Shulman were located, resulting in the meeting between Lily and the children of the soldier who liberated her. You have to do your best to survive. Of course. But it’s hard to survive alone. Your best chance of life come from working together. Holocaust Memorial Day: Portraits of last remaining UK survivors unveiled". BBC News. 27 January 2022 . Retrieved 27 January 2022.
Egan, Elisabeth (26 May 2022). "Dov Forman Wants You to Know His Great-Grandmother's Holocaust Story". The New York Times . Retrieved 29 May 2022. Ebert and Forman have collaborated with various departments of the UK Government (including the Department for Education, the Foreign Office, the Home Office and the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities) and in November 2020, they spoke at the UK Parliament in favour of the UK Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre.  Ebert and Forman have also appeared on international radio and television, giving interviews to over 180 news outlets in more than 35 countries.Ebert was born in Bonyhád, Hungary. She was the eldest daughter in a family of six children.  The Holocaust [ edit ] Nonagenarian TikTok star shares Ausschwitz experiences". dw.com. 2021. Archived from the original on 14 August 2021 . Retrieved 14 August 2021.