My interview with Alice-Herz Sommers, 108 year old survivor of a Nazi concentration camp

Alice Herz-Sommer, the oldest known Holocaust survivor and subject of the film “The Lady in Number Six” has died at the age of 110.

Before World War II, Alice was a concert pianist who traveled across Europe. During the war, Alice’s mother and husband were sent to Auschwitz where they were murdered, and Alice and her six year old son were sent to Theresienstadt.

Alice performed more than 100 concerts at Theresienstadt, and immigrated to Israel with her son after surviving the camp. Many people believe they’re under extreme stress, and as a result, many have lost sight of a compelling future. I had the privilege of interviewing Alice in October 2012, and found her to be a beautiful soul. Please watch, I think you’ll gain some powerful insights.

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