Hilda Slick, living in Israel, had not seen her siblings in 65 years. As a little girl she had thought all her family had been murdered in the Holocaust. Her Israeli granchchildren were curious and wanted to know more. After doing some research, searching Hilda’s maiden name, Glassberg, on Yad Vashem’s Family search database of Shoah Victims’ names.
To their great surprise, it turned out that a surviving brother of Hilda’s had submitted a page of testimony about Hilda to Yad Vashem in 1999. He also thought she had been murdered.
Watch this emotional video of their reunion and share your thoughts.