Schindler's List survivor tells stories of camps, Nazi regime





Zev Kedem spent much of his childhood seeing sights.

He saw the horrors of Nazi concentration camps, the factory of Oskar Schindler and, eventually, the downfall of the Nazi regime.

Looking back over 60 years, Kedem, 73, is amazed that he came out alive.

"The most amazing thought is that the Holocaust overtook me when I was five," Kedem said in a telephone interview on Monday. "That's amazing for a child."

Kedem will speak at CSU today as part of Holocaust Awareness Week. His presentation, titled "Schindler's List: A Survivor Celebrates Life," will take place in the Lory Student Center's North Ballroom at 7 p.m.


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