Tova Friedman tells her Holocaust story in memoir 'Daughter of Auschwitz' : NPR's Book of the Day Tova Friedman says she's telling her story of having survived the Holocaust in her memoir, Daughter of Auschwitz, to honor the victims' memories. In a profound conversation with Scott Simon, she recalls her childhood – from her tiny apartment in the Jewish ghetto to the crematorium in the concentration camp – and grapples with how such atrocities could have even happened.

'Daughter of Auschwitz' tells the harrowing story of a child Holocaust survivor

'Daughter of Auschwitz' tells the harrowing story of a child Holocaust survivor

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Tova Friedman says she's telling her story of having survived the Holocaust in her memoir, Daughter of Auschwitz, to honor the victims' memories. In a profound conversation with Scott Simon, she recalls her childhood – from her tiny apartment in the Jewish ghetto to the crematorium in the concentration camp – and grapples with how such atrocities could have even happened.