A child survivor relates his vivid memories of Kraków, the German occupation, and moving to the ghetto and to Płaszów concentration camp. He tells of being smuggled out of the camp and surviving as a street child from age four to seven, with the aid of several Polish women. He reflects upon his postwar reunion with his parents, the psychological effects of his experiences, and the possible effects on his own children, the next generation.
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Menachem S. Holocaust testimony (HVT-152), Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, Yale University Library.
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