David Faber shares the remarkable and powerful story of his World War II experiences as a prisoner who was held in nine different Nazi concentration camps. (Part 2 of 3)
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David FaberView Bio
David Faber is a World War II Holocaust survivor who was held prisoner in nine concentration camps in Nazi-occupied Germany and Poland. When he was liberated from Bergen-Belsen on April 15, 1945, he was 18 years old and only weighed 72 pounds. Today, Faber is an award-winning educator and lecturer on the Holocaust. He has also authored a book about his experiences titled Because of Romek. David resides in San Diego, Calif., with his wife, Lina, who is also a Holocaust survivor.