Twin sisters Rachel and Fanny Gewertz were separated during World War II, the former making Aliyah to Israel and latter surviving the Holocaust and then settling in Spain; a letter Fanny wrote her sister after war was never delivered and returned to sender, and only now been recovered in Spain.


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