This three-part series focuses on the life of Berthe Badehi, a remarkable woman who survived the Holocaust and went on to immigrate to Israel and build a life here. Berthe was born in Lyon, France in 1932. In December 1941, Berthe was taken to live with a Christian family in order to protect her from the Nazis. Berthe was forced to hide her true identity in order to stay alive. She was sheltered by a kind woman named Madame Massonnat and lived in a small village in the Alps called Le Montcel. Next week, we will publish part two of Berthe’s story.