September 21, 2004
A Holocaust Survivor's Story
A Holocaust Survivor's Story By Dr. Robert Mendler
I just got back from the lynch Auditorium where Dr. Mendler was talking about his life story. He basically talks about what it was like then, how the nazis mistreated the people and made them suffer, tortured the people for no reason, how people were starving to death, freezing to death, some people actually fell down and never woke up. He said that up until now he cannot believe it when he thinks about it and that it was almost impossible for people to survive and that he is lucky to be alive till this very day.
Posted by ChinazomOnubogu at September 21, 2004 07:29 PM
How do you feel, now that you've gone? The subject matter isn't exactly uplifting, but when I saw him last year I found him fascinating. What were some of the comments from the audience?
I found him fascinating too and I'm very glad that i did go because that was the very first time that i actually got to meet someone who actually experienced all those things that the Nazis did to the jews and that might actually be my last time, the audience probably felt the same way that i did, they got to ask him questions, he pretty much explained everything and gave a better insight to it
Thanks for your reflection. The next generation won't be able to learn this lesson first-hand, so it'll be up to all of us!