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Students meet a Holocaust survivor

On Wednesday, 12th November students and teachers came to listen to the testimony of a Holocaust survivor, Mr. Sami Sandhaus. For over an hour he told the audience his story who was very touched by it.
  • Rencontre des élèves avec un rescapé d’un camp de concentration
  • Rencontre des élèves avec un rescapé d’un camp de concentration

For Mr. Sandhaus it is more than just to tell his story, it is above all to participate in remembering the Holocaust. "The memory of the survivors cannot be brought back to a personal tragedy. It must be at the service of new generations to let them know about the atrocities done by Nazis. My duty as a survivor is to tell my past and explain what happened to the Jews of Bukovina during the Second World War."

This meeting was held as part of students’ preparation for their study-trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau organised by CICAD in late November.