Today there is an alarming resurgence of anti-Semitism around the world. Ironically, the glaring exception is where most of the Holocaust took place: modern day Ukraine and surrounding countries.At a time when Holocaust victims are almost becoming symbolic clichés, organizations like Jewish Rohatyn Heritage are working hard to bring alive their memories. A perfect example is a memoir on their website of Jack Glotzer, one of the rare surviving Jewish witnesses of the German occupation of Rohatyn. His memoir is called “I Survived the German Holocaust Against All Odds.”Links to free copies of the memoir are available on their website, along with a summary of his life as well as his memoir, photos, an interactive map and other information.For full transcript with links, click here. Support the show on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.