MARATHON (WAOW) -- A Holocaust survivor shares his story with some local students.
Henry Golde spoke Thursday to Marathon High School's freshman class.
His parents and brother died at an extermination camp.
He spent five years in prison camps, and was one of only 50 people from his hometown in Poland who survived.
"If they remember any part of my story that I tell, and the message that I leave with them, then they will never allow it to happen again," said Golde.
Golde lives in Appleton and speaks to students across the state.
He is also author of Ragdolls, a book about his time in a slave labor camp.
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