Italian sisters Andra and Tatiana Bucci, believed to be among the youngest Holocaust survivors in the world who have memories of Auschwitz, returned to the concentration camp this year with a group of students aboard the Train of Remembrance.
A photo of Tatiana Bucci, left, and Andra Bucci after their liberation from Auschwitz and their reunification, in 1946, with their parents. Nearly seven decades after their liberation, the sisters remember perfectly the cattle car that took them away from their home in Italy. They spent 10 months at Birkenau, the most infamous of Auschwitz’s component camps. Emily Langer/The Washington Post Buy Photo