Viviane’s Story

Escape from Transport XX…Born 6 Months Later

Viviane Yarom-Castegnier & Michel van der Burg


With a Foreword by Simone Korkus
In cooperation with Richard Bloom Productions and Simone Korkus
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On the night of the 19th of April in 1943 – Viviane escaped in the womb of her pregnant mother from the Twentieth Train heading for Auschwitz.
Isabella Weinreb-Castegnier was three-months pregnant when she jumped that night in Belgium from the fast moving 20th Death Train to Auschwitz.
It was Passover eve and full moon …

Isabella escaped with a broken wrist and bruises all over her body, but no other major injuries.
Her daughter Viviane – meaning “full of life”, and named so for her will to live and hold tight in her mother’s womb – was born six months later on October 30, 1943 in Brussels, Belgium.

This e-booklet presents Viviane’s story with amazing new insights discovered together with the Dutch-Belgian author-reporter Simone Korkus of the man that helped Isabella jump to freedom – Elias Gnazik.
Published April 19, 2019 by Miracles.Media together with co-publisher Richard Bloom Productions.
With a foreword by Simone Korkus.

Viviane Yarom-Castegnier & Michel van der Burg
April 19, 2019

November 2022 — The 2nd impression of this eBook (ePub) containing video is released. In addition a PDF edition of the eBook is released now (without video). Both eBooks are available as a free download at this site — visit the page with PDF viewer, and downloads by clicking cover image .