Childhood best friends reunited 82 years after Nazi terror split them apart squib

Ana María Wahrenberg and Betty Grebenschikoff, whose families fled Vienna in 1939, each feared the other had died in the Holocaust

Childhood best friends Ana María Wahrenberg and Betty Grebenschikoff said goodbye to each other in a German schoolyard in May 1939.

Now the school pals, who were separated aged just nine when their Jewish families were forced to flee the Nazis, have hugged each other in person once again after spending more than eight decades fearing the other had died in the Holocaust.

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