Obituary Remembering Judith Sinai, Who Told the World About the Nazi Horrors

One of a handful of Polish Jews allowed to emigrate to Palestine in 1943, Judith Sinai was wounded in the War of Independence and went on to become a leading medical researcher.

In 1943 Judith Sinai received permission to leave Poland as part of the exchange agreement between Germany and Britain for their respective subjects. Judith was one of 11 Jewish children who were British subjects − because she was the daughter of parents who lived in British Mandate Palestine − who received permission to leave Poland. Less than half a year later the...