"Surviving the Death March" memoir
Consists of a memoir, 15 pages, relating Sam Silberberg's memories of a death march, between the Blechhammer concentration camp and the Gross-Rosen concentration camp, that took place in late January 1945. Mr. Silberberg managed to escape the death march after one week and reunited with his mother, who was hiding in Neisse, Germany (Nysa, Poland), as an Aryan. His father, who was also on the march from Blechhammer, perished before reaching Gross-Rosen.
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