Holocaust Survivors' Stories: USC Shoah Foundation Testimonies
Erna recalls what happened when she arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau. She talks about volunteering for work, hoping to find her parents.
George G.: The Last Moments with His Mother
George talks about the moment a guard allowed him and his brother 20 minutes to find their mother inside a camp. It was the last time they saw her.
Henry G.: Living in the Warsaw Ghetto
Henry tells of his efforts to acquire food for his family, sneaking in and out of the ghetto through rain gutters.
Hy A.: Betrayed by a Neighbor
Hy remembers his father's decision to hide the family after Jews were ordered to leave their homes and how a man they knew betrayed them.
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Echoes and Reflections : A Multimedia Curriculum on the Holocaust , complete with literature, art and visual history testimony, gives parents, teachers and young people the opportunity to explore this complex period in history and its implications on our present and our future. Echoes and Reflections is a joint release of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education , Anti-Defamation League, and Yad Vashem: The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority.