Meroslava Bryn is a survivor of a Nazi Slave Labor Camp during WWII. Her gripping story of survival and triumph over witnessing and living through the horrific Holocaust is an inspiration to so many. The labor camp was just the beginning of her Journey, which included living in a DP camp, suffering through tuberculosis sanatoriums and orphanages, and then finally immigrating to and flourishing in her new home – the United States of America. Through Meroslava’s story, we are compelled to never let history repeat itself. She shares with us her incredible life story of courage and hope.
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Meroslava “Slava” Bryn was born in Ukraine in 1942. During WWII she, along with her parents and countless other innocents, endured the terrors of a Nazi slave labor camp in Germany. After liberation, recuperating from tuberculosis, and living in a Displaced Persons camp, she and her family immigrated to the U.S. and ultimately settled in Minnesota. There Slava flourished as a proud young American citizen with a passion for education. Over the course of her distinguished 35-year teaching career she taught over 2000 students, both young and old, the joys of reading and believing in themselves. Realizing that history could be repeated if it was forgotten, Slava has embarked on a new career of speaking about her own experiences during WWII and beyond. Audiences have found her talks to be riveting, amazing, humorous, and above all – unforgettable.
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