Testimony from a World War II Resistance Fighter
“WWII Liberator Testimony” was part of the Summer Institute for Human Rights & Genocide Studies, where students met people who had lived through significant historical events.
Stanley Blake, a Polish resistance fighter who escaped several times from concentration camps during World War Two, talked about the war. He was 17 years old when the Nazis invaded Poland. He was captured several times and sent to two concentration camps, including Mathausen.
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