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Holocaust Survivor Speaks to Shapleigh Students & Staff

posted May 14, 2013, 9:25 AM by Seth Cole   [ updated May 14, 2013, 9:38 AM ]
Max Slabotsky, a Holocaust survivor who currently resides in Portland, Maine, spoke to approximately 100 students and staff members at the Shapleigh School on May 6. Slabotsky, a 10-year old boy during the Holocaust, recalled some vivid and chilling details about his experience in Europe during World War II.

Please see the links below to view video of Slabotsky's presentation at the Shapleigh library.

Special thanks to Dianne Fallon for arranging Slabotsky to visit Kittery, and for Mr. Slabotsky for his generosity and candid recollection.


6-minute video, Slabotsky explains the travels his family took, plus wearing the Star of David
2-minute video, Slabotsky talks about being split from his family, plus his living quarters
80-second video, Slabotsky talks about the Yiddish language
3-minute video, Slabotsky explains his work conditions and food situation
 
 
 
 
 
 

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