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The Sue Henry Show
Monday, May 15th

Coverage of the 29th annual Teen Symposium on the Holocaust in Scranton, including interviews with two survivors of the German concentration camps as well as a former U.S. Army Staff Sergeant who was a liberator.


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Welcome to a special edition. A weekly look at these issues in the news and the personalities shaping the stories special edition is a production of Entercom communications. The views expressed by guests are not necessarily those of Entercom communications staff. Management or sponsors and now here's your host soon Henry. On today show will listen to the stories of three individuals who were in Scranton this week. To give their firsthand accounts of the horrors of the Holocaust during World War II. Young people from school districts across northeastern Pennsylvania had the unique opportunity this week to hear the stories of men and women. Now in their eighty's and ninety's who are eyewitnesses to one of history's darkest times according to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. There were nine million Jews in Europe in 1933. By the time World War II ended in 1945. Nearly two out of three died at the hands of Germany's Nazi regime and its accomplices. Judged to be racially inferior they were rounded up from their homes. And taken to various concentration camps. Where families are separated and the week were murdered quickly those who lived existed in squalor the serve I Evers of this ordeal are dwindling these days however some who witnessed this brutal chapter in the world's history. Are insistent their testimony is heard firsthand. By those who will hopefully retell it in the future. This week in Scranton the 29 annual teen symposium on the Holocaust. Brought together students survivors and liberators some of the students attending were the same age as the speakers work. When they were spirited from their homes by German soldiers and their lives are ended forever. The keynote speaker for this event was a former attorney who is just weeks shy of his 91 birthday retired staff sergeant Allen mosque and a Rockland county New York served in the army from September of 1944. In till August of 1946. He was a member of the 66. Infantry 71 division part of general George patton's third army. He was involved in many combat missions during his service but the most difficult part of his tour was on May fourth 1945. When he and his comrades liberated the guns Kirk and concentration camp. He told us about that experience. Once you know eighteen Everyman that I noticed called draft notice and you reported for a physical exam if you pass the physical you went into the army and navy the air force the pending an issue what's your choice was but usually they put you were they wanted to. I want to get the navy but they Sammy fall on me and I forgot that I was up at Syracuse University time I started Syracuse when I just turned seventeen. The one year later on an eighteen I thought I notice and went down came planning which is an all of them are Florida for the three. Months of infantry basic training. I was you know and actually. And that all American boy it. I've been around and stuff for the but I never had a gun in my hands so's. Learning how to shoot an M one rifle and machine gun and sick abandoned somebody's belly it was a whole new experience. I learned and I picked up fest and a when it went overseas and liberty ship convoy. Everybody was deathly seasick Oregon get nor should you talk about it. Like role both in the ocean for eleven or twelve days. I found out later that some of the guys were over on the screen Elizabeth the queen Mary. Oh boy that I lose out on Iowa. But demanded Liverpool England won across the channel that difference. Went to replacement camp where they send jewel you know to the front lines to various outfits. I went up to join the 66 infantry regiment. Part of its 71 division which is also part of the famous third army. Led by old blood and guts are blood his costs of those George S Patton. He was a little flaky as by my cap continues to speak to me yes is that at some college he's always call me over the spent a little worried when pat would come up and Lisa called me over so you know what the old man says to me today college for it was my nickname. College boy he said captain you look at Napoleon really chronic on the pole I thought he was kidding if pat really thought that he was some general that came back and I don't wanna hear that that's why general iPhone is a little crazy enough. We Ford heavy combat in the Ryan in campaign essentially European campaign. And every one of these battles I lost. A lot of my close ones again I'm just one of the lucky ones. Additional time 200 meters from the right there are enemies of the lifted any given time I would be end. For fifty years I didn't speak to anybody I. PT EST that they did know what that was immoral war two they called shell shocked but if the fifty years I've moved up where I live now Rockland county from New Jersey. Toll from the holocaust museum power just told you would. For it to me. Missed a mosque and is that true yes shall we will boy and I want you to speak for the middle school high school students. I should know I'm not speaking originally that she kept. Pushing me please please it's so important. Let's try it once and it's too much on the wrist tees for you to speak again. Spoke for the first time fifteen years at the end of the war in Europe. On June 10 1995. Over nine when mole that and I was that rule it was like a catharsis it was like a person of war. In all that stuff I've bottled up inside. It's like if calling within wanna try to reach. As many of these young students in particular to speak that vote who's for mostly to the young who wanted to know the truth about what happened back then because. We have desires as you go out there and denying the Holocaust happened. And another 51015. Years when they didn't children in the survivors akin to transport it. The greatest like myself on gone and Duracell likely to talk like this but let's be realistic enough for the symposium is gonna have trouble finding speeches and number user. Getting older I'll be 91 and a few weeks and I was a kidney outfits so my main goal is to make sure that. What we experienced back then in some of these people I speak with you today and that the symposium here in Scranton where survivors they were very young. But we saw the hate in the losing today. Yeah lost their family members some of them had their fame is wiped out. We've got to make sure that doesn't happen again. So three weeks before your nineteenth birthday yeah you lock into a situation. Today people say oh that's unbelievable that you have no knowledge that that was going on that you walked into a situation that you had no knowledge ever it. President Franklin Delano rose from the guys up top they knew they had to know about those cancer because I found out later. They were going up in the thirties and forties so. But we on our level my captain month that we didn't have knowledge kids' history that a lot of it to its iPhone to know what to liberate. The Jews from the camps now we know we know room where you are Kitna wasn't fond of Jews fully Dubai concentration camps were. We walked into that place that some analysts think the body's discount like bodies that soars over the body that filthy pajama like things and non. If they wait seventy pounds doable emaciated. We we we were shocked because we know eyes seem cop bad and I did my share killing soldiers of these civilians. And deliberately the first thing that's densities. From the dead bodies in and who knows if left along on the in my heart my soul like I. It's tattooed on there I can't get rid of it and and I'm really so glad that if that fifty years for at least on the speech. Last count I've reached over 50000. High school and college should. Middle school students and that's you know I had a had a question the other some kids are extremist Hamas and how can anybody say they they say the Holocaust didn't happen. And they say that because you got the testimony of you looks so many of itchy eyes Jews and gentiles alike. The Nuremberg war crimes trials which I attended wanted to be lawyer and I wanted to see Robert Jackson. A prosecutor action I did go to 34 times the Folsom Eisenhower Patton. Reilly at or close showing the bodies I mean how can people. Say it the Holocaust a myth that if I mean is that ice and I can't answer that question I can only say the use. I guess there are some people who are so anti Semitic. That you could Shelvin black and white a thousand times they'll still say the Holocaust didn't happen. Well the Jews made it up so wiry and try to convince those people anymore you know it. So losing battle just a shame that there's still people out there that think that award by the way what date did you lock in and wearable make me play pool. 1945. And where did you want you know what did you see that major realized something was terribly wrong and if we're in the woods a farce the first thing. That smell then to the trees I sort. Bob wire big CONCACAF Miller com whatever that turn out to be the globes tradition login which is a concentration camp a sub camp. Of Bobby Allison in Austria v.s big camps like my house and then publishers are. And Bergen belts that book. They would have got filled up and these political death watches with the people going through what's it like a satellite or sub camp and and not house and had to sub camp. Good Kirsch and schools and Elaine I learned this later I didn't know at that time at that they can't. There was scalable like bodies on the left and the right those who are alive with so emaciated it defies description of the UA 6070 pounds. These filthy race it looked to be like pajamas gray and white. You don't feel tops bottoms put. I couldn't distinguish gender attack again. They all look alike to me a source over the body. Lice crawling out of open I mean this is very graphic but it I remember a bike it. Lice crawling out of the bodies. Dysentery tightness all over the place mammal like my captains that through screening in the Rea Wednesday we had walkie. Talkies my ability that they don't realise that's that that was the communication and walkie talkies it could get throw any risk premium and get help appeared dammit there's bodies all over it people are dying as I've talked a please get a couldn't get through when he was getting it was just so frustrated and I remember this was also setting. They said it shouldn't that there Aniston with Abbas said that this again that cigarettes I didn't I didn't spoke for a member of the guys handing out cigarettes. And the incentive they were little lighter and power but they and wanna smoke they pull the beat the wrapping off inside eating in fighting in chewing and that the you had a C a close by feel and the look it should of people solving what they did. And an amendment going that barracks and couldn't stay in the stench was so bad people begging us for help my buddies from Hilton's you mean. Help me help me they won't soul. Bony and sonic. Could stay in now announced screaming medics and as I get I sort of dead horse on the side of the road three of these inmates with a block of a tree. Digging and into the and we have to lead analyst now watching and pulling out I got civil war from biting. Please god help me in a blood squirting all over. Nominates failure. With starvation does to people it was it was fun seeing that would believe it. And that's the kind of things I just can never forget that everywhere you looked in the goods commercial like heroes iso I'm. Everywhere you look with a foul stench of the dead and dying and I am I just do the best I can it's like trying to describe the indescribable. What I soars as soon young eighteen year old American soldier and at some I can't forget and I don't want the people that I speak to forget it. Because sees some of these people lost their allies and I know a lot of survivors who lost their whole families in that. You know it's it's really it's a tragic thing would. I have to go back and we we have one of the jobs yet after the war ended. Was to try to find out at some of these survivors think in the way their parents swore when they siblings war there while married it was separated all over the and they give you some indication. The Germans who have very good on record keeping which came back to haunt and they were pretty good in keeping records and I went with this cap to that we look for mostly outfits for tonight. Most of those drizzle. You know that we found date their parents were dead at 90% was negative recruit. And radical back until something like this fourteen or fifteen year old as whole family is gone and it. To see you fall on the ground and almost collapsed I mean after what it's like hit the human over the head with how much. It and they went through it was taught my captain. Pulled rank on me says. College boy that was my nickname I can't tell I can do like it. So I'll go to pull rank Cohen is going to be your job film but I that was one of my. Jobs that some people Boyd. Nine that tells somebody that your whole family is wiped that the hold to the only connection that would possibly have a say at a relative. In the states. Or in England Canada later in Israel. That's the way they would eventually get back. And I see people. Sue Coleman case too if I think people today and a male life in this country. Children. And grant him myself if too they went through. There elderly people now it. Listen in my view of committees that are lady. I went back through Europe through march of the living. Is a group was two months ago the water vehicle as a liberator. This is in 2005. And they said that they wanted to be they go back and show and that wasn't much to show it. I met a lady there when I mentioned I glimpsed the my father was in good inspiration you've got to come up to Toronto. And me my father. Finally she may be Iran and I went up there and it's a number of years ago. Very emotional flaws he advised couple other people who had been in construction and it was obviously so thankful. Which he says to me and have a photo of it this way she should you know. You liberated life all the it wasn't just my father you I'm here because of you my brother consistency you won't see you. Our children here because if you immigrant. And as an expression be safe one to say the world is something like guys and I got very emotional because I never thought of it in terms of by liberating her father and others. That it created a hole. You know that they wouldn't be here. And fortunately no blank. I've seen others alive is because inspirations sense. This actually worn here today Mike first of its and his wife from Philadelphia he was. But fifteen and it's always emotional and I she's somebody from hell holes I accord includes Christian. They lived through that then they can live through anything so. That's some good and bad I guess and everything and I like to look more like it that good now. I was one of the lucky was to be able to save some people my only regret. I wish we have got this older you know a few days sooner or maybe we gonna sensible because they would from malnutrition news we got the people. We're dying in I think I did the best I could and a that's why you know I'm trying to talk radio people. Convey everything that I just about told you Rhode Island as my daughters has no right. If I get one kid every time my speech on the ahead of the game I hope I do better than that but that you know sometimes you can't reach all these kids east again. I don't know that I cholera story kid. Goes off in front of me and I don't. You know Obama. I'm ready go I guess hot side by doing you can't do it. Because you lose a whole group where you point out so I'm not gonna reach every kid but I tell you today when I spoke with this who opened that being ruled here. I can count I sense and I looked for a and I think this is the only irony. They all look like there rise to a wide open and I concede the so maybe I'm reaching more kids now with the emotions and stuff they get up. Community and it. Like if they get a positive outlook on the go one on everybody's rights here it. In Scranton and here is set for a number he has this respectful and so cordial. And I appreciate that very much. That's retired staff sergeant Allen mosque and a World War II liberator he spoke to students at the recent teen holocaust symposium in Scranton. Coming up next on special addition we'll hear the account of a woman who witnessed the horrors of four different concentration camps during the war. You were listening to special edition on intercom communications. Hosted by sue Henry. The Holocaust symposium in Scranton brings together school students from northeastern Pennsylvania who learned that firsthand accounts of those who suffered the brutality. A concentration camps were hidden children during the war or served in the military and became liberators lowest form Holtz of Monroe Township New Jersey. Was born in Czechoslovakia. Her experience includes her family being forced into a get out and then surviving for concentration camps. Prior to liberation by the British from Bergen bell said Willis spoke to us about the ordeal which tore her family apart. I grew up in the small town and could take in the mountains. On. A blog to Czechoslovakia. To 1989. And became part of hunger and but this afternoon in 1944. And 44. Who's a Jeep was Ford GM and showed just even topped town that bush semis or Germans showed that stopped by the police station. They told the police to round up all the Jews. And we have to go to this big town which was called moment cuts. To get done. Because except me to close by the post what they get hopeless and abandoned. Brick effect. And it rode in from all of the set big small towns. And two that the people in Tibet to get though. And Eric my five. Head assists. And her whole family that lived and piety. And a different area. And a small town. They were brought to the scene get adults. And so happened that this and don't mind. Had. Ford taught us that letters but my age I was a little bit younger at them the youngest ones I ain't. Wasn't quite succeed. I was sixteen while I was in. Concentration camp in effect that was eaten my. My Italian grandparents. Who lived with money and then they wouldn't say get to all so. My grandfather that was 89. And my grandma that I don't know she must have been just a little bit younger than my good and plug it. They came to get goes on that came with those options. We work and that capped off for six weeks. Land they have rounded up. Part of the get go. And borders and to capitol Cobbs and essentially going to work camp which have locked. That day and overnight. 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And till the Germans appeared suddenly in his family's village and changed their lives for ever. You were listening to special edition on the intercom communications. Hosted by sue him ring. In the 1940s. As the influence of the German spread through other countries. The first time Jews knew something was terribly wrong was not from a newspaper or the radio. But from the appearance of soldiers in their towns. In the spring of 1943. The family of Michael Hurst of vets. Was forced from their home with very few belongings beginning their nightmare at the hands of their captors. Michael spoke to students at the 29 annual teen symposium on the Holocaust in Scranton and he told a story to us. Hope orange had taught him. One of the quote it's. Who on the home. Community through an Iowa. Put these engines. In one who's you who really. I mean nobody even knew. Who uses blood oozes into this community to a Hillary it's oh. The other girls who's. Usually. In the minutes. And Jews is a root. 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Community. And to the media through K it's important. Seven ingredients of life goes on. I'm getting close mind these. A unanimous vote. Michael Hurst habits was a native of Czechoslovakia. And was a teenager when he was an eyewitness to history's darkest hour. He now lives in Philadelphia with his wife. He was a speaker at the 29 annual teen symposium on the Holocaust in Scranton. Sponsored by the Holocaust education resource center you are listening to special addition. On Entercom communications. Thanks for listening to special edition. A weekly look at these issues in the news and the personalities shaping historians.