At 98, Lily Ebert might just be the oldest influencer on TikTok. She has more than 1.6 million followers and over 23 million likes — largely for posts about how she survived the Holocaust. "I was really not sure that I would stay alive. It is a miracle that I am here. But I promised myself, however long I will be alive, and whatever I will do in life, one thing is sure, I will tell my story," Ebert said. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata met Ebert ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. It recognizes the day 77 years ago when the largest Nazi death camp, Auschwitz, was liberated. When Ebert arrived at Auschwitz, at the age of 20, guards took away her mother, her brother and one of her sisters. "What really happened in our darkest moment, we wouldn't think of that," Ebert told D'Agata. "It was not in our mind that something like that can happen." They were taken away to the gas chambers that very afternoon. Sharing her story with a TikTok audience was a mission Ebert and her 18-year-old great-grandson, Dov Forman, started during the 2020 pandemic lockdowns. Lily Ebert gained a huge following on TikTok sharing her story of surviving the Holocaust. CBS News "I said to my great-grandmother, 'If they can go viral for dancing, why can't we go viral for sharing these really important messages?'" Forman said. If you thought that the horrors of the Holocaust might be too heavy for a platform better known for cute kittens, stupid stunts and dance-offs, you'd be wrong. Ebert soon went viral. With tens of millions of views, people wanted to know more about Lily Ebert and her survival story. A video of Ebert showing her identification number tattoo got more than 2 . . . read the full article here.