Holocaust survivor tells of torture, survival
Saturday, December 17, 2005
By Martin C. Bricketto
FRANKLIN TWP. — Holocaust survivor David Faber was only a teenager when the Nazis invaded his native Poland in 1939.

But Faber, now 79, seems to remember every detail of the horrors that ensued, from the nooks and crannies of the Tarnow ghetto where Jews like he and his family were imprisoned to the names of the Gestapo officers who tortured his older brother Romek to death. more.