A Jewish Girl's Pendant Was Found at a Nazi Camp - and Now Yad Vashem Is Looking for Her Relatives

A pendant bearing Karoline Cohn's birthdate and city of birth found at Sobibor is almost identical to one that belonged to Anne Frank, and researchers are trying to determine whether the two were related.

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The triangular pendant found at Sobibor, with the engraving 'mazel tov' in Hebrew and Karoline Cohn's birthdate and city of birth.
The triangular pendant found at Sobibor, with the engraving 'mazel tov' in Hebrew and Karoline Cohn's birthdate and city of birth.Credit: Yoram Haimi/ Antiquities Authority
Ofer Aderet
Ofer Aderet
The dig site at the Sobibor death camp in Poland.Credit: Yoram Haimi/ Antiquities Authority

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