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Early school years in Radom -- Father's family in Staszow -- Gymnasium and university years -- September 1, 1939 -- Walowa street ghetto -- How the city of Radom died -- Selections for the death camps -- Kromolowsky factory -- Business at Kromolowsky -- Isaac -- The ghetto reduced -- Winter 1942-43 -- "Exchange" of intellectuals -- Letters -- Szkolna -- Auschwitz -- Vaihingen -- Schoemberg -- First day -- Order -- Lester -- Lying with the dead -- Hospital in Schoemberg -- Transports -- Spaichingen -- Liberation -- Hospital in Fussen -- Feldafing -- Return to Radom -- Helen -- Munich -- Pasadena -- Broken silence -- Return to the ruins -- Gates of tomorrow.
Joseph Freeman (b. 1915) endured the Holocaust from the German invasion of Poland to the liberation of Europe. He immigrated to the USA shortly after the end of the war.
"I have read Joseph Freeman's testimony and remain moved by its painful and powerful message." -Elle Welsel, Nobel Laureate and author of Night "With my last bit of strength, I tried to rise, but again passed out... opening my eyes I found an American soldier over me. His face was sweaty, his eyes filled with tears. I made a noise and he laughed... His words still ring in my ears, 'Hey, fellas, here's one more still alive.'" -from the chapter Liberation