One of the youngest known survivors of the Holocaust has spoken about her experiences at Northumbria University to mark this year’s Memorial Day.
Eva Clarke was born at the Mauthausen Concentration Camp, Austria in 1945, three days before the liberation of the camp by the US Army. Eva and her Mother Anka were the only remaining survivors.
Eva has shared her story with communities, schools, colleges and prisons, and has campaigned to ensure that those who died during the Holocaust are remembered.
- Read more about Eva Clarke's story here: Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke shares her story 71 years after the liberation of Auschwitz