March of Life musical

50 Nazi descendants present ‘Exodus 1947’ to Holocaust survivors in Israel.

By NINA BEN ZAGMI
February 6, 2019 15:43
March of Life musical

The cast of the musical production of ‘Exodus 1947’. (photo credit: MARCH OF LIFE)

 
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“There are other Germans,” wrote Klieger after meeting Jobst Bittner, a German pastor, theologian, activist,  and half of the husband-wife initiative that created the March of Life, or as it is known in Germany, Marsch des Lebens. Klieger, a survivor of Auschwitz and respected journalist for Yedioth Ahronoth, told his own personal story of Exodus to Bittner last year when they met at the March of Life House in Israel.

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