ACP member, Lydia Tischler describes war-time experiences as a child

ACP member, Lydia Tischler describes war time memories from her childhood where she spent time in Auschwitz concentration camp, in an interview for Chanel 4 news.

The filmed interview reveals how Tischler tragically loses her mother to the gas chambers and the significant effect this clearly had on her as a child: "Life was turned upside-down"

Tischler explains that this was just a short extract from a longer interview where she talks more broadly about her life as a child and how her experiences have influenced her life and career as a child and adolescent psychotherapist. "They couldn't remove my integrity, my soul, my inner self."  

She urges that people continue to "learn from experience so that history is not repeated."

You can watch the film here.