Survivor of Auschwitz-Birkenau and the Death March from Gross-Rosen, Kitty speaks exclusively to the Auschwitz Study Group in a wide ranging interview from her time at Auschwitz, to educating a new generation.
Kitty Hart Moxon survived the Holocaust alongside her mother in an incredible journey that saw her escape the Lublin Ghetto, a mock execution, Auschwitz Birkenau, Gross-Rosen and the death march of the harsh winter in 1944.
After moving to Birmingham, England, with her mother just after the war, she became one of the first educators of the Holocaust in the UK and was recently awarded an OBE for her dedication to the subject. Kitty is still very active and can be seen on several documentaries, often with school children and on one occasion, even Neo-Nazis.
There was no formula for surviving Auschwitz. There was no such thing as a formula. Those who survived did so by shutting down all emotions and focusing on surviving another minute, another hour another day.