Edith Carter, Holocaust Survivor – Provides the perspective of a young adult girl in Czechoslovakia, newly married and building a life with her husband, Ernst. Both are deported to Terezin, then to Auschwitz.
Werner Coppel, Holocaust Survivor – Provides the perspective of a German male teenager who experiences the rise of Nazism firsthand, is then deported to Auschwitz with his Jewish youth group, and escapes during a death march.
Henry Fenichel, Holocaust Survivor – Provides the perspective of a very young Dutch boy who goes into hiding with his mother, is discovered and sent to Bergen-Belsen where they are both later placed on Transport 222 to Palestine.
Anne-Willem Meijer, Non-Jewish Resistance – Provides the perspective of a non-Jewish boy who participated in resistance activities, aiding Jews in hiding with Corrie Ten Boom (The Hiding Place).
Henry Meyer, Holocaust Survivor – Provides the perspective of a young German Jew who was a violin virtuoso deported to Auschwitz and uses music to persevere.
Bella Ouziel, Holocaust Survivor – Provides the perspective of a young Greek girl who experiences ghettoization, is sent to Auschwitz, and after surviving a death march, is liberated at Bergen-Belsen.
Zahava Rendler, Holocaust Survivor – Provides the perspective of a very young Jewish Polish girl hidden during the war in an underground bunker then eventually a convent where her father finds her after the war.
Matt & Anneliese Yosafat, Holocaust Survivors – A combined story providing the perspective of a young German girl and a young Greek boy who separately go into hiding with their families. Meeting in America after the war, the two marry after bonding over similar experiences during WWII.
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