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Ida Fink

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Born in 1921 in Zbaraz (currently in the Ukraine), Ida Fink studied at the Lwow Conservatory. She spent the years 1941-42 in the ghetto and survived after escaping to the "Aryan side." She has lived in Israel since 1957 where she writes, in Polish, exclusively about the Holocaust. She was honored with the Anne Frank Prize in 1985.

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