Francine’s interview

francine jew concentration camp survivor

Born in 1933, Francine Christophe was deported with her mother at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1944. Released the following year, she continues to share her experience and memories, particularly with the younger generations.

H/T Maggie’s Farm

6 Comments on Francine’s interview

  1. So he had a sex change operation or do the French call all babies He until they grow up and become female’s??

    Very very cool story otherwise.

  2. I only hope that the younger generations will put their progressive indoctrination and youthful arrogance aside long enough to listen closely to her and take her words and attitude (gained from hardships most young people today can’t even imagine) to heart.

    And even after a lifetime you ALWAYS pay chocolate back. That was a nice story.

  3. “This is what the past is for! Every experience God gives us, every person He puts in our lives is the perfect preparation for the future that only He can see.”~ Corrie ten Boom

  4. Well said, Loretta.

    God Bless that woman and all her family, as well as all the Jews who lost their lives in WW2.

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