Call to Remember | KCET
Call to Remember
In "A Call to Remember," David Schaecter takes viewers on an emotional journey through his life story - from a bucolic childhood amidst vineyards in Czechoslovakia to his and his brother Jakob's struggle for survival in Auschwitz, and finally, to David's dramatic escape from the Nazis. David, the only member of his family to survive the Holocaust, would eventually immigrate to the United States and help found the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach in the hopes of educating a younger generation about World War II and the Holocaust. Through David's story, viewers witness the cruelty of intolerance, but also the power and will of the human spirit.
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