* Holocaust survivor Alex Moskovitz talks about his experiences and why the world should not forget what happened
* Bill Adams, talks about his memories liberating concentraition camps.
* United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

staff writers
April 14, 2007

Alex Moskovic, 76, who now lives in Hobe Sound, is a survivor of the Buchenwald concentration camp. In 1946, at the age of 15, he was liberated along with other survivors, and traveled to the United States a year and a half later. He now volunteers his time educating students on the history of the Holocaust. Moskovic worked for ABC Television for 30 years, winning 10 Emmys, including one for videotape editing during the terrorist attacks on Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympics in Munich.

Every year there are fewer people who have survived the horrors of the Holocaust. Those who remain are trying to make sure they get their stories out to the public.

Alex Moskovic, 76, of Hobe Sound, speaks about the Holocaust more than 40 times a year to organized groups of school children and to anyone else who will listen.

“It is my mission in life now, to tell the story so no one forgets,” he said. “We survivors are all getting old and dying. The young have to know, so that maybe such a thing can never happen again.”

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