About Eva Schloss
An Interview with Eva Schloss
More About Eva Schloss
Eva Schloss lives in North London and has been married to Zvi for over fifty years. They have three grown-up daughters and five grandchildren. Eva regularly visits schools, universities and other institutions to talk about her experiences during the Holocaust.
A play, And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank by James Still deals with the lives of Eva and her posthumous step-sister, Anne Frank and other teenagers in the Holocaust. It has been performed all over the USA and in many other countries including a performance by children and young people in London in 2005 to mark the liberation of Auschwitz. Eva is a trustee of the Anne Frank Trust in London.
PLACE AND DATE OF BIRTH:
Vienna, Austria, 11 May 1929
The Forsyte Saga, by Galsworthy
The girl from Ipanema
MOST TREASURED POSSESSION:
My photo albums of my family
Tea with Mussolini
When did you start illustrating?
Where do you get your ideas and inspiration from?
Real life experience
Can you give your top tip to becoming a successful illustrator?
Know exactly what you want to do and don’t give up!
Favourite place in the world and why?
San Francisco (great diversity, very liberal, beautiful scenery)
What are your hobbies?
Reading, cinema, theater, travelling, making things with my hands - like woodworking, family gatherings, collecting antiques
If you hadn't been an illustrator, what do you think you would have been?
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An antique dealer
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