Essays by Tamas Foldes describe a series of events he and his family endured and survived the Holocaust.
Essay about Eveylen Goldstein and her family as Jewish refugees in Shanghai, China.
Essays describe the early life of Margot Goodman, whose father was killed in the Holocaust. She surivived in hiding and came to the United States in 1941, and was reunited with her mother.
Martin Kohn describes being taken to a concentration camp and being separated from his family. He was later moved to several other camps and eventually liberated in 1945.
Alexander Kuechel describes the events leading up to Kristallnacht in 1938, being the sole survivor of his family, enduring seven concentration camps.
Group of essays by Lydia Lebovic describe how she and her family were forced into a ghetto and then sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau. She describes the time spent in the camps and liberation in 1945.
Essays describe William Lebovic's experience as a part of a civilian work force, from which he escaped into hiding.
This essay describes how Henry Schuster was able to leave Germany through the kindertransport to France in 1939, and arrived in the United States in 1941.
Essay by Lily Tokarski describes her family surviving concentration camps and being reunited with her parents. She explored her roots after seeing the film "Schindler's List."
Jenner's essay describes her family's experience in hiding in Holland during World War II.