Carrying on the flame of memory

Six survivors light torches for Holocaust Remembrance Day.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 13, 2010 03:11
BARUCH SHUB, 86, originally from Vilna, lights the

yad vashem lighting torch 311. (photo credit: GPO)

 
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The following Holocaust survivors opened Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremonies at Yad Vashem Sunday night by lighting torches. Here are their stories.

Sara Israeli - Spared from Auschwitz
Eliezer Ayalon –  From hell to aliya

Leo Luster –  Fled to the woods


Baruch Shub – From fixing trucks in Germany to fixing planes

Jakob Zim – Artist of light

Hannah Gofrit –  Flying like a butterfly

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