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Deaf Holocaust survivor, Charlotte Friedman, talks about how she successfully escaped war-torn Europe and the many experiences she had on the way, including meeting Ann Frank and her family in Holland.

A Deaf Survivor's Story

A Deaf Survivor's Story

An Interview with Charlotte Friedman in ASL - Part 1

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Bernard Bragg Los Angeles, California, USA July 14, 2011

I find her story very interesting. Congrats, Rachel. You certainly make a good interviewer. Keep up the good work. Reply

Holly Hudgins Jacksonviile, Florida May 6, 2011

Great story about yourself. I was born hearing until I was 2 yrs old, I got sick with high fever. I lost some hearing... I learned how to talk and use sign languages. I was raised with hearing parents. I am proud of who I am. I am proud who you are. Reply