There was nothing more beautiful than the declaration of the State of Israel
Šošana Cachor was born on January 23, 1925 in Nitra as Renata Hönigsberová. She grew up in a Jewish middle class family which was engaged in trade. There were six children in the family. Although they lived in the Czechoslovak territory, they did not possess Czechoslovak citizenship. In November 1938, after the Vienna Arbitration, the family was evicted to a no-man's land at the recently established Slovak-Hungarian border and they were allowed to return only after a certain period of time. Šošana and her twin sister left the grammar school at that time and as members of the Zionist religious group Bnei Akiva they were preparing for departure to Palestine. She went through a re-education course for emigrants - so-called hachschara - in Zobor near Nitra. In 1941 she and her sister received a certificate which allowed them to travel to Palestine and they left the country. Several of her siblings managed to leave as well. Her parents and her eldest sister with her family were murdered in ...
Bnei Akiva in Nitra
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