The artist, in his studio, telling his grandchildren of the atrocities he suffered - just for being a Jew - at the hands of the Nazis during World War II; how he lived in the Lodz Ghetto, was forced to work in German ammunition factories, and barely survived Buchenwald Concentration Camp from which he was finally liberated in April 1945.
original medium - oil size - 48" x 40" copyright 1998 Back to the Gallery

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