Nowhere in his piece on migrants does he mention that he was himself a migrant, having fled Hungary at the age of nine (he's now 68) after the failed revolution -- just as nowhere in his dismissive piece on Holocaust trauma does he mention that he is himself the child of a Holocaust survivor, his mother having endured many months in Ravensbruck
The two largest camps to which Jewish women were sent were Ravensbruck
(opened on 15 May 1939) and Auschwitz-Birkenau (opened on 26 May 1940).
Violette, the daughter of a London cabbie and a French dressmaker, was captured on an undercover mission for the British SOE in France in 1944 and executed in 1945 at the Ravensbruck
They include the George Cross posthumously presented to Violette, shot at Ravensbruck
death camp in 1945.
The tree has now been planted in Cwmgiedd by Pavla Nespor Bellisova, daughter of the chairman of the Lidice association and granddaughter of Anna Nesporova, one of the female survivors of the Lidice women who were sent to Ravensbruck
Szabo, the first woman to get the George Cross, was shot, at the age of 23, at the Ravensbruck
camp in 1945.
The tracks are "The Emigrant Song", "The Song of Auschwitz", "A Little Christmas Lullaby in Ravensbruck
, 1944", "A Jewish Child", "Farewell My Friend", "A Little Lullaby", "Wiegala", "I Wander Through Theresienstadt", "And the Rain Keeps Falling", "Moravia, Moravia", "A Good Day", and "Prayer for Peace".
Szabo was captured, tortured and executed at Germany's Ravensbruck
She died at Ravensbruck
concentration camp - probably murdered.
After the ghetto was "liquidated", Mala became a slave labourer until 1944 when she was moved to Ravensbruck
concentration camp and then to Bergen-Belsen.
The family was arrested and imprisoned; Corrie's elderly father died ten days later, and her sister Betsie eventually died in the Ravensbruck
Clerical errors and mistaken identities lead to her internment in the Ravensbruck
, a notorious concentration camp.