Part of a new Holocaust remembrance series of important testimonies and memoirs from the unique archives of Yad Vashem, the world centre for Jewish history. None of the Jews of Korzec listened to Anna's warnings. Isolated from her peers by her strange gift and intuition, she spent her life wandering a Europe posed on the brink of total destruction. Admired by many for her beauty and innocence, many others would come to take advantage of her for this very goodness. This is her story, of a life spent at the front line of history's most tumultuous events, always one light step ahead of danger, and now able to reflect on the lessons of the era.
Anna Podgajecki was born in Korzec, Poland. A survivor of the war, she worked variously as a Russian-German translator, a housekeeper, a road labourer, and as a nurse on the front line. In 1958, she and her husband were allowed back to Poland, and in 1960 they immigrated to Israel.
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