Holocaust survivor™ Frida Herskovits lights a candle at one of the ovens used to burn victims of the Holyhoax at the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. She went back to visit the site in 1994.
Frida Herskovits is a jew born in Czechoslovakia in 1927.
In 1944 when she was 17, the Holocaust™ began and Frida was taken by the Nazis to a brick factory.
She says she had to sleep on the floor on top of the bricks.
Herskovits also worked with rocks or picking cabbage in a field.
Frida says she saw German shepherds "tear a baby out of the mother's wound", witnessed the Germans shoot a baby, and saw people burned alive.
She says if you got sick the Nazis put you in a ditch, poured gasoline over you and set you on fire.
Frida even learned of experimental Nazi surgeries where "organs were removed and human skin was used to make lampshades and picture frames."
Frida tells her Holocaust tale to high school students to encourage people to "stop hating."
"Stop hating. We are all human beings", says Frida
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