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Despite the horrors she suffered as a teen, Helen says she has forgiven Amon and everyone else involved. "I must say that forgiveness is mostly a gift to myself in order to be able to live some quality of life and in honor of my parents and all the innocent people that perished so tragically," Helen says.

Helen says that Monika must also let go of the pain she feels. "You have nothing to feel guilty about," she says.

Together, Helen says that she and Monika can convey a powerful message to the world. "That's why we met in Krakow and that's why we're here. To show the world this is no way to live," Helen says. "We have to be understanding of tolerance."

For more information on Helen and Monika's story, visit InheritanceDocumentary.com .
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