War experiences.

It's very rare indeed that Holocaust survivors have any momentos of their experience, but when my father was liberated from the Ahlem labor camp in northern Germany, a soldier named Vernon Tott happened to be be there to capture 18 photos of what he saw and my father happened to be in one of those photos. There is also another photo attiributed to someone with the US Signal Corp that captured his photo. View the photo from the USHMM website.

The Documentary Institute made a documentary about Vernon Tott and his quest to find all the survivors that appeared in his photos. View information about the film. The photo below is from that website. In 2007 NPR ran a story about Vernon Tott. You can view that here.

My father also would visit schools, colleges and other organizations and share his holocaust experiences. You can view one such video below. I'm not sure where this talk was given.

My father spent many years writing about his experience and his memoirs can be found here. You will need a password to read the file. Chrome users may have to select a "save link as".

In 2011, my father gave an interview to a local television station which (while the link is still active) can be viewed on their website http://www.wqed.org/tv/watch/series/experience/2011-10-03/.