Holocaust survivor to help all remember
By Robert Knox, Globe Correspondent | April 20, 2006

The years are taking a heavy toll on the ranks of Holocaust survivors. Max Michelson is among those who remain, still able to talk about what it was like being a slave laborer in the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany. He knows the importance of keeping the memories alive.

‘Genocide is not just something that happened. It keeps going on,” said Michelson, who will speak at a Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance) service on Tuesday in Marshfield. The interfaith service will include participation by clergy from Unitarian, Methodist, and other churches in addition to representatives of Congregation Shirat Hayam.