Dreamcatchers For Abused Children
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Kitty today, near her Hertfordshire home
Kitty Hart-Moxon was 16 when she arrived at the notorious Nazi death camp. Against all odds, she survived there for almost two years.
A crumpled photograph shows Kitty Hart-Moxon at the end of the war, looking cheerful enough at a refugee camp near Brunswick in northern Germany. Her left forearm is bandaged. ‘Oh, that was where I tried to excise my tattoo myself,’ she says, with a gruff laugh. In the end, she had it removed after she came to England. ‘People asked, “Is that your boyfriend’s telephone number?” or whispered behind my back.’ If she told them the truth, that it was her concentration camp number, an awkward pause ensued as if she had said something offensive. ‘And one day I had had enough. No one here really wanted to know what had happened and you couldn’t get any help.’  READ MORE HERE










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