The Pope Francisco This Saturday (20) paid a surprise visit to the home of Hungarian writer and Holocaust survivor Edith Brook and paid tribute to all those killed by the Nazi “madness”.
Brooke, 89, was born into a poor Jewish family in Rome. He was taken to concentration camps. He lost his father, mother and brother.
A spokesman To the VaticanThe two talked about what he experienced in the concentration camps and how important it is for future generations to know what happened.
Pope Francis and Holocaust survivor Edith Brooke visit their home in Rome, Italy on Saturday (20) – Photo: Vatican Media / Hand out via Reuters
“I am here to thank you for your testimony and to pay tribute to those who were martyred by the madness of Nazi populism,” the pope told Brock, according to the Vatican.
Brooke, who lives Italy Written in Italian for decades, she was about 13 years old when she and her family moved to Auschwitz, Germany.
His mother died in Auschwitz and his father in Dachshund, Germany. In the Dutch, they dug canals and built railroads, the Vatican recently told the newspaper, “Osservator Romano.”
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