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Holocaust survivors recount how they are haunted by Auschwitz

Ivor Perl, one of the Holocaust’s last living survivors, was just 12 years old when he was taken to the notorious concentration camp, Auschwitz. Decades later, he returned to Auschwitz, now a museum and memorial, with his daughter as she encouraged him to confront the trauma of his past.

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In this scene from “The Last Survivors,” Perl and other Holocaust survivors recount how they are haunted by what they saw at Auschwitz, and they continue to wrestle with questions that can never be answered.

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