LOVE...LIFE...AND THE HOLOCAUST

     Things were good for the happy and prospering Fischer family in Poland. Then the Germans came. First life was brutally disrupted as the Jews were herded out of their homes and into the ghettos, four families to a single-family flat.
     Then came the camps where some went to work and some went to die.
     We have all heard this story countless times, but Mayer Fischer, through his son, Barry, tells it so it penetrates our mind and, more importantly, our heart. We see it and we feel it. And if we weren't there, we now understand why this must not be forgotten.
     This is a living history of sorrow, survival, resourcefulness, and, ultimately, triumph over Hitler's madness. And it is a story of love.

 

REMEMBERING MY FATHER

Learn about Mayer Fischer's experiences in the Krakow Ghetto and at the Plaszow Concentration Camp, the Mauthausen Concentration Camp, the Melk Concentration Camp, and then finally at Ebensee, where Mayer and his brother Nathan were liberated by the Allies in 1945.

HOLOCAUST REMEMBERANCE

Q & A with Mayer Fischer

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