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The oldest Treblinks survivor , Samuel Willenberg (pictured), died prematurely in Israel at the age of 93.
The Germans killed 6 million Jews in the death camps but they could not kill Samuel Willenberg. He was not the only Jew who escaped death. Jews are notoriously sturdy and hard to kill. Six million Jews were killed in those death camps, but as many millions survived and have henceforth been called Survivors.
The Germans’ devilish creativity knew no bounds (they gassed them, burned them, shot them) but their practical side was also in evidence: they turned the Jews into soap, lamp shades and decorative shrunken heads. Yet millions survived. Hence the saying: You can’t put a good Jew down. Read More