Holocaust Survivor Finds Solace on the Dancefloor - 27 East

Holocaust Survivor Finds Solace on the Dancefloor

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Helena Weinrauch and her dance partner.

Helena Weinrauch and her dance partner.

Helena Weinrauch celebrating Seder.

Helena Weinrauch celebrating Seder. courtesy photo

Helena Weinrauch, in a photograph taken in Sweeden, after her rescue from a German concentration camp.

Helena Weinrauch, in a photograph taken in Sweeden, after her rescue from a German concentration camp.

Holocaust Survivor Helena Weonrauch, photographed at Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor, New York on Sunday. MICHAEL HELLER

Holocaust Survivor Helena Weonrauch, photographed at Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor, New York on Sunday. MICHAEL HELLER

Holocaust Survivor Helena Weonrauch, photographed at Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor, New York on Sunday.   MICHAEL HELLER

Holocaust Survivor Helena Weonrauch, photographed at Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor, New York on Sunday. MICHAEL HELLER

authorMichelle Trauring on Nov 13, 2019
When Helena Weinrauch dances, she forgets. In the arms of her trusted partner, she feels no fear, twirling in her gown across the floor as she waltzes, rumbas, tangos and... more

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