Eva Clarke (aged 5) and her mother, Anka Nathan, walk hand-in-hand in Cardiff in 1950. Eva moved to Cardiff with her mother in 1948, after living with her aunt for three years. Eva’s parents, both Jewish, were kept prisoner for three years by the Germans in concentration camps until the U.S. Army liberated the camps in 1945, just days after Eva was born. (Courtesy photo)
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