Holocaust Survivors Reunited, 65 Years Later

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Simon Glasberg and Hilda Glasberg Shlick hold a picture of their parents during a reunion at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. Yossi Ben David/Yad Vashem hide caption

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Simon Glasberg and Hilda Glasberg Shlick hold a picture of their parents

Simon Glasberg and Hilda Glasberg Shlick hold a picture of their parents during a reunion at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.

Yossi Ben David/Yad Vashem

A brother and sister separated during the Holocaust have been reunited after a separation of 65 years, brought together by researchers from Israel's Yad Vashem Musuem. Each had believed the other to be dead.

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