ORANIENBURG, GERMANY, April 27 (AFP) – Peter Josep Snep still talks at schools about the horrors he experienced at Sachsenhausen concentration camp, but 65 years after its liberation he is one of a dwindling number of survivors.

“The schoolteachers tell me that normally the kids won’t keep still for five minutes,” the frail 89-year-old Dutchman says. “When I tell them my story, they don’t make a peep for an hour.”