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Tzipora was 7 years old when she died at Auschwitz concentration camp, in Poland. It is believed she and her mother died in the gas chamber sometime upon their arrival to Poland in 1945. Tzipora was the younger sister of famed author, Holocaust survivor, and 1986 Noble Peace Prize Winner, Elie Wiesel.


Wiesel was the third of four children and the only boy born to a family of Romanian Jews taken by Hitler's agenda to Poland to serve sentences in Birkenau and Auschwitz. ... Beatrice, and Tzipora ...


Elie Wiesel's mother, Sarah, and his younger sister, Tzipora, were among those sent to the gas chamber. His older sisters, Hilda and Beatrice, who were separated from the rest of the family, managed to survive.


Elie Wiesel was one of three children. He had two sisters, Beatrice and Tzipora. Source(s) Night


Wiesel had three siblings – older sisters Hilda and Beatrice, and younger sister Tzipora. Hilda and Beatrice survived and were reunited with Elie at a French orphanage after the war. Tzipora and his mother Sarah were murdered in Auschwitz, and he and his father were transferred to the Buna labor camp.


The third sister, Tzipora, did not. In March 1944 the Germans invaded, and in May, at the age of 15, Wiesel and all the other Jews in the area were deported to Auschwitz.


Wiesel’s mother and younger sister Tzipora also died in the Holocaust. Elie was freed from Buchenwald in 1945. Of his relatives, only he and his older sisters Beatrice and Hilda survived.


Hilda Wiesel As she nears the time of betrothal, Elie's oldest sister works in the family store. Beatrice "Béa" Wiesel The second child of the Wiesels, Béa also assists in the family grocery store. Tzipora Wiesel A miniature vision of stoicism during the march to the cattle car, Elie's seven-year-old sister wears a red coat and struggles ...


Wiesel was born Marion Erster Rose in Vienna and she is a Holocaust survivor, according to Central Synagogue.Her family hired a guide to take them from Austria to Belgium. Unfortunately, the Nazis ...


In 2006, Oprah and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel walked the grounds of Auschwitz together. Still, there's one thing Elie didn't share with Oprah—or anyone—u...