Surviving the Holocaust in Poland
This event was part of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s “First Person” series.
Marcel Drimer talked about the challenges his family faced while living in Nazi occupied Poland during World War II. He spoke about being forced into a ghetto, going into hiding, and his father’s sacrifices and strategies to keep their family alive and together. He also described what he and his sister called “the concert of death.” Mr. Drimer spoke with journalist Bill Benson.
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