This Woman Survived Three Concentration Camp Imprisonments During World War 2, Why She Refused To Give Up On Life Is Deeply Moving


This is Zuzana Ruzickova a world-famous Czechoslovakian harpsichordist who survived three concentration camp imprisonments as a child and still lives to tell her tale!


Born in Czechoslovakia in 1927 to a prosperous Jewish family, Zuzana remembers that she had a happy childhood, except that she was often sick and suffered from tuberculosis from a young age.


Surviving tuberculosis, her parents rewarded her with piano lessons and encouraged her to study music in France, but then World War 2 broke out and Zuzana’s life changed forever…

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