3: Felicia Fuksman, She was born in Poland, Lodz, 1920. She married after the holocaust in the United States. She worked in Sterling's Maternity Hospital before the war. Soon there were ghettos setup by the Germans. She worked as a nurse in the Ghetto. While she was in the ghetto her husband who she hasn't met yet was in various concentration camps. One good thing that happened to her during the war was when she was moved to the ghetto. During the first week she had been accused of trying to escape, she was captured and almost killed. Luckily she was release with a warning. A bad thing that happened to her during the war was, when she lost her good job at the hospital and was moved to the ghetto working as a nurse is harsh conditions. I belive she was unique because she was a dedicated nurse and being a nurse was what kept her spirit up during the war.