Selma Rich was born Shulamit Rudnik in Oshmyany, Poland on March 15, 1923. After the German invasion, she and her family were forced into the ghetto. Selma was separated from her family, who were taken to Vilno, while Selma was moved to Kovno. After the ghetto was liquidated, she was transported to Stutthof. Selma survived, but never saw her family again. She later married a fellow survivor and eventually immigrated to the United States.
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