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Sam Spiegel

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Sam Spiegel's life as he tries to survive the deadly concentration camp of Auschwitz.

Sam Spiegel's life as he tries to survive the deadly concentration camp of Auschwitz.

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  • 1. Sam Spiegel : Survival at Auschwitz By: Jacob Penturff
  • 2. Early Life
    • Sam was born in Kozienice, Poland on August 23, 1922
    • He was the eldest of 5 children born of his Jewish parents.
  • 3. The Begining
    • When Sam was only 17 troops started to invade.
    • Sam’s parents heard the air siren and quickly fled.
    • A mere 15 minutes later, a bomb hit there home.
  • 4. Leaving Home
    • When Germans took over they quickly established anti-Jew Policies.
    • Valuables were confiscated, Jewish schools were closed, intellectuals were arrested.
    • Sam’s family left home and went to live in a Kozienice ghetto.
  • 5. The Camp
    • In 1942 Sam was taken and moved to a camp called Pionki.
    • He had to do forced
    • labor.
  • 6. Bad News
    • Sam learned 3 days later that Kozienice had been liquidated.
    • All of its inhabitants were transported to Treblinka killing center.
    • His family did not escape.
  • 7. Auschwitz
    • In 1944 he was transported to Auschwitz Camp.
    • From which he spent the most of his time in camp here.
    • In an interview he spoke about how he would go and take raw potatoes from the neighboring farm, even though they were raw, they were food.
  • 8. Afterwards
    • After Auschwitz he was transferred to Gleiwitz. However he would not spend much time here…
    • His camp was under attack so the re-transferred him to an Auschwitz sub-camp.
    • They hid in the woods for 10 days and finally, he was found and liberated!
  • 9.  
  • 10. Work Cited
    • http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=Auschwitz&gbv=2&aq=f&oq =
    • www.google.com
    • http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/idcard.php?ModuleId=10006218
    • www.google.com /images

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