Unveiled Memories: Twins Reunited After the Holocaust by Ida Paluch-Kersz
For many years I lived my life with a hole in my soul that could notbe filled. Something was missing. In 1995 my beating heart foundthe echo heartbeat of my twin brother Adam. Each of our questioningand searching finally came to an end when we met and confirmedthat our search was over—we belonged together. I am finally free to share my struggles and my story, which fromtragedy turned to joy. After many long years and resolving many issues,I am now able to share and publish my life. It is not to applaud mebut to validate a history that was only a mirage at times. Many childrenwere saved by good people who discovered their identity after theiradopted parents passed on.