That the world may know
Forrest Adams West Fargo Pioneer
Published Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Perhaps the worst place a man could be in World War II was central Europe; the worst country in Europe was Poland; and the worst religion a man could have was Judaism.

Last Wednesday in the West Fargo High School, award-winning educator and lecturer David Faber, a Jew born in Poland and coming of age during the war, told an audience of roughly 475 students just how bad it was for him and his family.