The Sisters Who Survived Auschwitz

Washington Post: the sisters with their cousin, Sergio. 
"Andra and Tatiana Bucci were only 4 and 6 years old when they were taken to Auschwitz, the most infamous Nazi concentration camp," we learn in the tragic, yet joyful Washington Post video below.

Pain, suffering and the thrill of life starting all over again. That is a true escape. Not only did the little girls live but they were also reunited with their parents and return each year to Auschwitz with Italian students.

What was their secret? Now in their 70s, they are the among the youngest Holocaust survivors. Follow them on the "train of remembrance." Thousands marched through the camp today, in the savage winter, to honor those who died so long ago, to make sure they were remembered.