20:18 Tenacity!Britain’s 97-year-old mother escaped the Nazi Holocaust and defeated Wuhan pneumonia



Albert (left)'s great-grandson Forman (right) praised the great-grandmother for never giving up on life and being a true warrior.  (Reversed from Twitter @dovforman)

Albert (left)’s great-grandson Forman (right) praised the great-grandmother for never giving up on life and being a true warrior. (Reversed from Twitter @dovforman)

2021/01/26 20:18

[Compiled by Chen Chengliang/Comprehensive Report]Lily Ebert, a 97-year-old survivor of the Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp currently living in London, UK, died in the most brutal genocide in human history Escaped, after being diagnosed with Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) in January this year, he once again demonstrated his tenacity and vitality to defeat the virus and recovered smoothly.

According to a report by the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) on the 25th, Albert’s 17-year-old great-grandson Dov Forman shared a photo of his great-grandmother after his recovery on Twitter and described it as a “miracle recovery.”

Forman said that he and his father were diagnosed with martial arts in April 2020, but the great-grandmother remained healthy until December last year and began to feel unwell. The virus test was positive in January this year, and it took three weeks after that. After recuperating at home, the doctor will visit her London apartment every day to make sure she has taken all the necessary medications.

Foreman recalled that the family did not want Albert to end his life in the hospital. They were afraid that they would not be able to see her for the last time. He said: “But we know that she never gives up on other things in life. She is a real survivor, a real warrior. We know that she can survive. She didn’t give up. The truth is the same. Thank you. God, she is healthy again.”

Recalling how he felt at the time, Albert said: “I was tired and sleepy. I don’t know the reason, but I feel very depressed. You can’t do anything. It feels terrible.”

After defeating the Wufei virus, Albert encouraged people to never give up their hope of life in difficult times. She also plans to write a memoir.

In July 1944, 14-year-old Albert, his mother, and siblings were expelled from the small town of Bonyhad in Hungary by the Nazis and sent to the notorious Auschwitz concentration camp in southern Poland. In the concentration camp, Albert lost about 100 relatives including his mother, brother and sister. After escaping from the dead in April 1945, Albert went to Switzerland and then lived in Israel, where he married and had three children before moving to London in 1967.

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The 97-year-old British grandmother Albert escaped from the Nazi massacre and defeated Wuhan pneumonia.  (Reversed from Twitter @dovforman)

The 97-year-old British grandmother Albert escaped from the Nazi massacre and defeated Wuhan pneumonia. (Reversed from Twitter @dovforman)



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