- What can you infer about Harry's memories?
- How can we ever empathize with someone who has experienced such atrocities?
- What does Harry do to cope with such horrible memories? What do you do to "escape" emotional times?
- Can you see that Harry's story affects the people around him? What do they think about Harry?
- Is there anyone around you - in your life - who could use your companionship to be more than just a victim?
- Is there a difference between being a victim and being a survivor? What does survival really mean to you?
- How do people like Harry inspire people like us?
Discrimination. Stereotypes. Mistreatment. Atrocities. Many words come to mind when faced with the historical reality of the Holocaust. Here is a part of the world's history that we can still learn about from the people who lived through it. But not for long. When this video was made, the man in it was 90 years old. Most Holocaust survivors are no longer with us, so we tend to listen more carefully to the ones who are.
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