<p>George Brady, O.Ont (born February 9, 1928) brother of Hana Brady (Bradova), was born in Nové Město na Moravě, Czechoslovakia. He is the son of Marketa and Karel Brady, and is a Holocaust survivor of both Theresienstadt (Terezin) and Auschwitz (Oswiecim, Poland).
George Brady lived an ordinary childhood in interwar Czechoslovakia until March, 1939, when Nazi Germany took control of Bohemia and Moravia. After that, his family, who were Jewish, encountered increasing restrictions and persecution by the German occupiers. By the year 1942, Brady's parents had been separated from their children and sent to prisons and concentration camps. They perished in Auschwitz before the end of the Second World War. George and Hana stayed with an aunt and uncle (the uncle was not Jewish, and thus the couple was a "privileged" mixed marriage and not subject to deportation) for a short time until they too were deported to Theresienstadt, a ghetto-camp not far from Prague, Czechoslovakia where he shared a room with many boys including Petr Ginz and Yehuda Bacon. George and Hana remained in Theresienstadt until 1944, when they were sent in separate convoys—George to the work camp and Hana to the death</p>