Surviving the Holocaust

Tuesday, May 2, 2006
By TOM VOGT, Columbian staff writer

Diana Golden doesn’t need Holocaust Remembrance Day on her calendar. Not when she has that number on her arm.

The 84-year-old woman rolls up the sleeves of her sweater and blouse to reveal it: A-24328.

It’s still there, in blue ink, 62 years after it was stitched into Golden’s arm by a woman with a tattoo needle.