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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Video: Surviving the Holocaust: Zanne Farbstein's story

Zanne Farbstein was 16 years old when she was deported with her two younger sisters to Auschwitz. While working as a slave laborer, Zanne found her father's prayer shawl while sorting through the clothing of the prisoners who had been murdered in the camp. Zanne survived Auschwitz, and moved to Israel with her few surviving family members, where she began a new life (Hat Tip: NY Nana).


At 12:22 AM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...


In about 2 hours here, in NY, it will be Yom HaShoah.

To anyone who tries to blank this out of their minds, or the very worst, deny that it happened? Those that forget history...I would not say out loud what I would like to say.

Not too many years from now, there will be no more survivors to bear witness, like Zanne Farbstein.

Never forgive! Never forget!

At 5:11 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

My father was a survivor of the Romanian Holocaust. He died nearly three years ago. I carry on his legacy with a heavy sense of responsibility and with the duty to remember all that happened as his son. Soon the last survivors will be gone. We must never forget so that another Shoah will never happen again to the Jewish people.


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