10/27/2005 9:00:00 AM Email this article • Print this article
Their silent cries ‹ report focuses on child survivors
by Leah Goldstein
Israel Press Service

From the Nazi perspective, Jewish children were not only useless as slave laborers, but also represented the threat of Jewish continuity. The fate of some 1.5 million Jewish children under Nazi rule, therefore, was automatic death. Yet, miraculously, some children managed to escape the Nazis and go into hiding. Some took assumed names with the help of non-Jewish caretakers; others hid with their parents in camps, ghettos or forests.

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