Thursday September 6, 2007

By larry luxner

buenos aires, argentina | On his 68th birthday, Jorge Klainman decided he could remain silent no more about his Holocaust horrors.

The Polish-born, retired businessman sat at his electric typewriter, he said, “and suddenly the curtains of my memory began to part, revealing events that happened 50 or 60 years ago. After that my life changed completely. I felt liberated.”