Prostrate with exhaustion after barely surviving two years at Auschwitz, Ida Marcheria had a wish: to taste chocolate once again. And she has been tasting it for the last fifty years in her famous chocolate factory in Rome. Ida's story of being rounded up in Trieste at the age of 14, and deported with her family in the fall of 1943, is the heart of the TG1 Special on the Day of Commemoration. Her absorbing account unfolds at the location of her most painful memories, the sheds of the "kanàda" section at Auschwitz, where the luggage and beloved personal effects of the Jews were held after being confiscated on their arrival at the concentration camp.
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