Moshe Avital describes how his lovely life as a child in Czechoslovakia came to a brutal end in the Holocaust and how he and his family were sent in cattle cars to Auschwitz, where he sought to survive with his brother. Part 2. JBS Original series.

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Moshe Avital describes how his lovely life as a child in Czechoslovakia came to a brutal end in the Holocaust and how he and his family were sent in cattle cars to Auschwitz, where he sought to survive with his brother. Part 1. JBS Original series.

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Eva Schloss, who knew Anne Frank before the war and whose mother married Otto Frank after the war, describes her early friendship with Anne and recounts her own harrowing tale of survival in Auschwitz. A program of Chabad of Western Monmouth County.

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Ukrainian siblings Sam and Saul Stermer, and Sima and Sonia Dodyk, were among 38 Jews who lived in a cave during WWII for 18 months, thus surviving the Holocaust. Hear more on JBS’ “Witness,” taped at the Bnai Zion House in NYC.

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Author of “A Candle In The Heart,” Judith Alter Kallman tells her moving tale of surviving the Holocaust as a very young child and now seeing her grandson bless her great-grandchild with the same Sabbath blessing her father used to bless her.

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Ruth Gruber , an award winning journalist, author and activist, recalls her personal involvement in some of the major moments that led to Partition and the Creation of Israel, including her time on the boat The Exodus .

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Holocaust survivor Paula Gris is interviewed on Shalom TV’s original series commemorating the Six Million. An educator at the Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Atlanta, Ms. Gris has been engaged in teaching children and adults since 1981.

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Auschwitz survivor Gena Turgel, who went from concentration camp victim to a woman honored by the Queen of England, tells her amazing story on the JBS original series, “Witness.”

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Holocaust Survivor Jay Sommer, born in Germany and raised in Czechoslovakia, was incarcerated in a Nazi labor camp for the duration of World War II. He emigrated to the US in 1948 and, in 1981, was honored as the nation’s Teacher of the Year.

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“Part 1: Before Auschwitz.” Barbara Fischman Traub, a survivor of Auschwitz, describes the bewildering and frightening months leading up to her deportation with the other Jews of her Hungarian city in May 1944. A four-part “Witness” presentation. Part 1 of 4.

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