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Paul Krell: Holocaust Remembrance Day Speech
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Publish-date-icon January 20, 2012
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Paul Krell was a Holocaust survivor who worked as a child laborer in Auschwitz. His job was making uniforms for those trapped in the concentration camp. While in his 70's he gave yearly speeches commemorating lives lost on Holocaust Remembrance Day. This is one of his speeches.

Paul Krell is my father and though he passed away in 2009, I have this vestige of his voice which is now available to anyone who would like to listen to testimonies from concentration camp survivors. It is a speech he gave at Young Israel of Pelham Parkway, when it was located on Barnes Avenue in the Bronx. It was likely given on or after the year 2000.

For the record, Paul Krell served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He was made a citizen while stationed in Germany, with an American Indian as his witness. My father was a resilient man who believed that evil can be conquered with good and that kindness is king. He instilled his virtues and love of storytelling in me, which is why I am sharing his story with you. Blessed be his memory.

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