Freddie Knoller, 93 Speaks about the Holocaust


Holocaust Survivors’ 70 Years of Trauma: ‘I could cry nonstop, even now’

From the article:

“Bergen-Belsen was the last camp we went to and it was the worst. There was one tap with water but we had no food. I remember digging around in the ground for roots to eat and people around me who collapsed and died with hunger. Cannibalism was rife. I would never do that but I saw it. I still remember the moment we were liberated, one month after we arrived. I was lying on my bunk and somebody shouted, ‘Look, there are Jeeps outside’. I went out and saw British soldiers coming into the camp. It was so wonderful.”

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Posted January 27, 2015 by Sue Says in category In the News

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