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Holocaust Survivor Inspires Others to Focus on the Good

As we approach Holocaust Remembrance Day next week (April 16), we reflect on all that was lost – and cherish those who survived, including Max Glauben.There is no question Max Glauben is a survivor. He grew up in a Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and went through 5 concentration camps during the Holocaust. Now, he is leaving his legacy of perseverance to others. "Well, it's a long time ago; but, it's still within the lives of many people that are still alive," Glauben said.  Dallas resident Max Glauben is talking about growing up the midst of the Holocaust. His entire family died in concentration camps and he almost lost his life as well because the elderly and children were sent first to the gas chambers. As a young child, Glauben avoided death by what he said is either a miracle or Nazi mistake.


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