Zdenka Fantlová

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Zdenka Fantlová, 91, is the author of The Tin Ring and one of the few living eye-witnesses to the horror of the Holocaust, to which she lost her entire family. For as long as she lives Zdenka is determined to tell her inspiring story of great love one as uplifting as it is harrowing, to as many people as possible. Zdenka still keeps the tin ring, the symbol of Arno's love, close to her to this day.

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