They were children during the Holocaust. Today, they’re among the last living survivors. Here, they share their stories, including what they want future generations to remember — and what’s at stake if we forget.
FRONTLINE’s documentary offers a haunting look at how disturbing childhood experiences and unimaginable loss have affected the daily lives and relationships of some of the Holocaust’s youngest victims — from survivor’s guilt, to crises of faith and second-generation trauma.
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