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Eva Felsenberg (or Felsenburg) Marx was born to a Jewish family in Brno, Czechoslovakia. She was two years old when the Nazis invaded and occupied her country in the prelude to World War II. She was separated from her parents, who were forced to move about frequently, and lived for about four years with her grandparents in Vráble. In 1949, she emigrated with her family to Canada, where she became an elementary school teacher. She married Herbert Marx, who became a Superior Court Justice, with whom she had two children. Her memoir One of the Lucky Ones was published in 2011 in the same volume with Tenuous Threads by Judy Abrams, as part of The Azrieli Foundation Series of Holocaust Survivor Memoirs.