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World’s ‘Oldest Living Journalist’ Tells How He Boxed His Way Through Auschwitz

Listen to 92-year-old Noah Klieger, a Holocaust survivor who tells how he managed to face Josef Mengele, take on boxing to survive in a concentration camp, and, eventually, find a home in Israel.

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