On July 22 1946 an armed Jewish group opposed to British rule in Palestine attacked the hotel in Jerusalem where the British had their headquarters.
Ninety-one people were killed in the bombing and dozens of others were injured.
Shoshana Levy Kampos was a young Jewish woman who worked for the British as a secretary. She tells Witness about her miraculous escape from inside the hotel.
Witness: The stories of our times told by the people who were there.