After Auschwitz
Profiling Six Extraordinary Holocaust Survivors and Their Lives After the War

After Auschwitz - Profiling Six Extraordinary Holocaust Survivors and Their Lives After the War
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An American, teenage boy asked his grandfather who survived the Holocaust and Nazi Germany, "Is it possible for that to happen in America?"

He replied, "Yes."

The boy asked again, "When?"

The grandfather answered, "Tomorrow."

An old American Jew told me that in ...Read more

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loved the show.

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Very moving. Triumph over terrible adversity. Highly recommended.

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What great magnitude of courage, strength, endurance, resilience and character that these women exemplified in their stories and throughout their entire lives. I thank you so much for sharing when the opportunity arose. Words spoken, film recorded are some of the most richest and tangible ...Read more

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