Holocaust survivors share their stories in Whippany

Holocaust survivors shared their stories today with Whippany high school students.

Click 'NEXT' for an extended interview with a Holocaust survivor. Some survivors told News 12 New Jersey that they hope sharing their stories with a younger generation will ensure that what happened will never happen again. Nearly two dozen Holocaust survivors were at the United Jewish Communities of MetroWest New Jersey in Whippany to speak to the students. Gina Lanceter shared how at 12 years old, she was thrown from a moving train on its way to a concentration camp as her parents desperately tried to save her.

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