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"A Story of Misery, Miracles, and Love"

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    Consists of one memoir, 2006, entitled "A Story of Misery, Miracles, and Love: In the words of Beatrice Sarkany," by Beatrice Sarkany, originally of Sibiu, Transylvania. In her memoir, Mrs. Sarkany describes her memories of the Hungarian occupation, of the Nagyvarad ghetto, and of her deportation to Auschwitz. After a number of months in Auschwitz, she was transferred to the Gorlitz camp in Germany, where she was liberated by the Russian Army in May 1945. Includes copies of photographs.

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    Beatrice Sarkany donated her memoir to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on July 6, 2006 with the assistance of her friend, Jennifer Vargas.
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