Concentration camp survivor shares journey with Quakertown High.
By Steve Wartenberg
Of The Morning Call

The first thing young Jacob Jungreis and the 1,800 other exhausted Jews noticed on their 10-mile march through the forest to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1944 was the absence of birds.

”We should have seen thousands of birds, but did not see one,” the 72-year-old rabbi from Brooklyn told 80 Quakertown Community Senior High School students Tuesday. ”This frightened us very much.” MORE.