Holocaust Survivor Returning To Auschwitz: ‘It’s Like Going To The Family Cemetery’

A photograph of Vladimir Munk, (center), taken in March 1938 before the Nazis invaded Czechoslovakia. After being imprisoned in concentration camps for years, Munk returned to his hometown of Pardubice, Czechoslovakia in May 1945 (right).

Vladimir Munk left Auschwitz 75 years ago after the concentration camp was liberated by Soviet soldiers. Now, for the first time, he’s going back to a place he calls a burial ground for his family.

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