Kitty Hart-Moxon

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Kitty Hart-Moxon (born Kitty Felix in 1926) was a Jewish prisoner at Auschwitz.

She was born in Poland but moved to England and dedicated her life to Holocaust education. She has written two autobiographies entitled I am Alive (1961) and Return to Auschwitz (1981). The documentary Kitty: Return to Auschwitz (1979) won international awards and has been seen by millions. She began to receive mail by the sackful, some arriving addressed only to "Kitty, Birmingham". She later worked with the BBC to make a second documentary, titled Death March: A Survivor's Story (2003). Also in 2003, Hart-Moxon was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services relating to Holocaust education. In 2013, Kitty Hart-Moxon was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Birmingham.

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