‘We take everything for granted’: 93 year-old Auschwitz survivor warns future generations

‘We take everything for granted’: 93 year-old Auschwitz survivor warns future generations

Siegmund Listwa had spent five and a half years in concentration camps during World War II, including two years at Auschwitz. This week marks 75 years since the Nazis’ most well-known extermination camp was liberated by the Soviets.
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