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Leah Kaufman


My Greatest Victory as a Holocaust Survivor

Observing Passover was my act of resistance that connected me to my people.

Opening My Memory Vault

For 50 years, Leah Kaufman's war experiences were locked in the vault of her memory, until she forced herself to teach the Holocaust to her fourth grade class.

The Death March

My mother, an ashen-faced skeleton of her former self, constantly repeated the words which became my life's mission: "You must live, you must remember, you must tell the world!"

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