Put this in the “no dry eyes” column.
Hermina Hirsch is a Holocaust survivor who was interned in a Polish ghetto at the age of 17, and shuffled around among concentration camps afterward — including the notorious Auschwitz death camp, where 1.1 million prisoners were killed, about 90% of them Jews. She was liberated on 21 April 1945.
She married Bernard Hirsch in 1947, and they moved to Detroit in 1953 after immigrating to America.
On a lovely Saturday in April 2016, the 89-year-old realized one of her “bucket list” dreams: singing the “Star-Spangled Banner” to open a Detroit Tigers game in Comerica Park.
May America never cease being the nation where dreams come true.
(H/t: Fox News Insider)