Sabina was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1922 and she tells is that she had a 'wonderful childhood. We were 4 children - 2 brothers, 2 sisters. It was a loving, beautiful childhood. Our parents played with us every evening.' Sabina Miller suffered typhus as a teenager in the Warsaw ghetto in 1940 and was unconscious for 18 days. When she awoke her parents were gone and she would never see them again.
Zigi was born on 18th January 1930, to a Jewish family in Lodz, Poland and attended a Jewish school. When he was five years old his parents divorced but because they were Orthodox Jews and divorce was frowned upon, he was told that his mother had died. He lived with his father and his grandparents.
Rather than enjoying the Jewish coming of age ritual celebration, Ivor was staring through the fence surrounding Allach, the camp he was in and where he was put to work for months with only threadbare prison clothes protecting him from the cold bite of the bitter weather and one slice of bread every day for sustenance.