Memorial to Recently Fallen Marchers: Bill Glied

A beloved Holocaust survivor, the Canadian businessman who traveled on several Marches of the Living passed away in February

March 21, 2018 21:22
A PORTRAIT of Bill Glied

A PORTRAIT of Bill Glied. (photo credit: HASNAIN DATTU)


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‘He was so determined, as we all are, to bring the lessons of the Holocaust to generations of people,” said fellow survivor and March of the Living educator Max Eisen.

“We both knew that our time is short and we tried to educate people relentlessly. We accepted speaking engagements... no matter how many times they asked him or myself.”


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