The lost branch of the family tree, found after the Holocaust
Octogenarian Tamara Berkowitz has spent most of her time believing her family was killed in the Holocaust. Painstaking research uncovered a different reality.
Tamara Berkowitz sits in her small house on Kibbutz Nir David in the Beit She’an Valley, tears in her eyes. “I was so lonely my entire life. Suddenly I find out I have such a large family. Not large − enormous!” she says. “It has made me very emotional.”