Date: Mon October 29, 2012
Show: Ring My Belle
Jewish people sent to Auschwitz, during WWII, had numbers and letters tattooed on their arms by the Nazis. Now, the descendents of these survivors are getting those same numbers and letters tattooed on their forearms, to keep their family's story alive. A Seattle man, with two holocaust survivors for parents, talks about how this is both horrific and meaningful.
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