Holocaust Survivor Liesje Auerbach-Polak, Spared by the Nazis, Dies at 95

Polak was sent to pre-state Israel from a concentration camp as part of a prisoner exchange between the Nazis and the British, and went on to give Israel's founder a shot in the rear.

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In the summer of 1944, Liesje Polak, a young Jewish woman from Nazi-occupied Amsterdam, experienced a miracle. Just a few months her parents' deportation to a death camp from which they were never to return,...