Holocaust survivor Lily Ebert has gone on to have three children, ten grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren (@DovForman/PA))
A Holocaust survivor who spent four months at Auschwitz has celebrated becoming a great-grandmother for the 35th time.
Lily Ebert, 98, was liberated by American soldiers in April 1945 when she was 20 and, some 77 years later, says babies are the “best revenge against the Nazis”.
“For anybody to achieve this – to be a great-grandmother – is something special, but how much more for me as a Holocaust survivor… it is very special,” Ms Ebert, who grew up in Hungary told the PA news agency after her youngest grandchild welcomed a newborn earlier in January.
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