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Cary Krell

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Emily Flake

on 19 March 2013

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Transcript of Cary Krell

Basic Information Family, Hometown, and Background Life During the Holocaust After Cary and her parents were taken to the
Gross-Rozen camp, her mother was immediately taken to Auschwitz and killed. Cary's father kept her alive by disguising her as a boy. Later, her secret was exposed, but the gassings at Auschwitz had stopped. Cary had very little food and disease was everywhere in the camps. Ghetto/Concentration Camp/Death Camp Cary lived in the Plaszow concentration
camp, the Gross-Rozen concentration camp,
and Auschwitz. How Cary Died After having her secret exposed, Cary joined the women's barracks. Because of the horrendus conditions at Auschwitz, and being weakened by hunger, Cary died of typhus on January 6, 1945, a few weeks before her ninth birthday and liberation. Cary Krell Holocaust Child
Research Project Family Name Age Birth Date Cary Krell Cary was born on January 27, 1936, in Vienna, Austria. Cary was a few weeks short of her ninth birthday when she died Cary's mother was Diana (Rosenzweig) Krell. Cary's father, Willi Krell, was the managing director of a knitting factory. Cary's parents were born in an area of Poland that once belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In April 1938, Cary's family moved back to Poland from Austria. Cary's father worked as a bookkeeper in the town of Boryslaw. Cary was only five and a half years old when the Germans invaded the Soviet Union in 1941. Presentation by
Emily Flake
Leap 5/6
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