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She's a real survivor<BR>Mesa woman shares tales of the Holocaust

You wouldn't look twice at Ella Adler if you passed her in the grocery store.

But the petite, pretty, white-haired woman, slightly stooped in a brightly striped sweater, kept more than 100 Prescott College students still and silent for about 45 minutes Tuesday as she described the four years she spent in a Polish ghetto and Nazi concentration camps.

No bitterness, no anger, and no resentment showed in her voice as she talked about unimaginable living conditions and constant death in a Polish ghetto and Plazow and Auschwitz, two concentration camps in Poland.