Trude gave this talk to students at The National Holocaust Centre in 2003. She explains how her family was rounded up by the Nazis towards the end of the Second World War. She was born in Hungary where she grew up and trained to be a teacher. By 1944, most Hungarian Jews thought they might escape persecution, but then the Nazis invaded. She explains the terrible efficiency with which the Germans had prepared their campaign. Trude and her family were rounded up and sent to a Ghetto and soon she was on her way to Auschwitz. She tells in graphic details all the humiliation and brutality they received there. She was moved to an out-camp of Buchenwald and was forced to be a slave labourer. She collapsed on the death march evacuation and was left for dead.Trude begins her testimony by describing what it is about the Holocaust that sets it aside from other Genocides. She illustrates the uniqueness of the Holocaust by presenting evidence from the Nuremberg trials where macabre calculations were used in evidence. She shows a copy of a document, "SS Profitability Calculations of the Exploitation of Concentration Camp Inmates" and, having read out the calculations, concludes: "I don't think there exists a more macabre, a more vicious document anywhere, and that's what makes the Holocaust different to any other Genocide."Watch Trude's testimony below. Visitors to our website will only be able to watch the first 15 minutes. However, members of The National Holocaust Centre and Museum are able to see the entire testimony, so please become a member - sign up here.