Tevet, Alegra

Alegre Tevet was born in Drama, Greece where she lived with her parents and six siblings. She experienced the Italian and German occupations of Greece, many anti-Jewish restrictions, and the Salonika ghetto. She and her family were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau in March 1943, spending nearly a week on the train. After her liberation at Bergen-Belsen, Alegre lived in Switzerland and Belgium before returning to Greece where she married her husband, Albert. In 1951, the Tevets emigrated to the United States.

Of Blessed Memory
1922 – 2016

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Testimonies may be used for individual research with proper citation. All other uses require written permission from MCHE. The above video testimony is edited from a full-length testimony that may be viewed onsite at the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education or at the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies at Yale University

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