A man and his mission to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive

Philanthropist Sigmund Rolat may have survived the Holocaust and left Poland 72 years ago but part of him will forever remain in his native country where he continues to work for reconciliation.

By ROBERT SARNER
March 21, 2018 20:50
SIGMUND ROLAT

SIGMUND ROLAT. (photo credit: WIKIMEDIA COMMONS/MARCIN SZPADROWSKI)

Despite living through such dark times and suffering unspeakable tragedy at the hands of Nazi Germany, Holocaust survivor Sigmund Rolat has taken the higher road. Despite witnessing humanity at its most evil in his youth in wartime Poland, he is an incurably positive thinker.

In speaking with him, it’s hard not to be impressed by his lucidity and constructive outlook.

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