As the anniversary of the liberation of the Bergen- Belsen concentration camp approaches, Lady Zahava Kohn tells Bridget Galton about the years her family spent in Nazi detention- and their miraculous survival. Lady Zahava Kohn unpacks a box of family mementoes in her elegant living room. Although her rheumatism makes it painful to walk, the 75-year-old has the spirit and demeanour of a woman ten years younger. But the chilling reminders of Third Reich bureaucracy that she lays on the table tell the story of a childhood spent amid disease and death. To read more of this story click here.