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To honor victims of the Holocaust,
we keep their stories alive and give voice to the six million Jews who
were murdered. The program features survivors Irene Weiss and Marcel
Drimer, who honor their family members, and reflections from Ambassador
Stuart Eizenstat, Museum chairman.
The only memories that Peter Gorog
has of his father are from photos and letters his mother saved. In this
monthly hour-long discussion with a Holocaust survivor, Peter will tell
how, thanks to his mother’s resilience, he lived to be liberated from the
Budapest ghetto in January 1945.
Photos: Collage of family photographs found at Auschwitz
after liberation. Państwowe
Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau w Oświęcimiu; Holocaust survivor
Peter Gorog in 1949 (courtesy
of Peter Gorog) and as an adult, today. USHMM