The personal accounts of 52 children who survived the Shoah.





We were Jewish children, up to 18 years of age at the end of the Holocaust.
We were persecuted during the Nazi era in ghettos, in concentration camps,
in hiding, or passing as non-Jews, wandering about in forests and other places
on the run or forced to leave Nazi-occupied Europe.

Our Objectives:
• Provide support with daily living to the survivors’ community in general and the child survivors in particular
• Participation in all issues related to the Holocaust
• Keep alive the memory of the six million Jews-including 1 1/2 million children-murdered during the Holocaust
• Pass on our legacy to future generations

We pursue these objectives by telling the stories of our survival in schools and other places, by community interaction, education, and by holding conferences and organizing support groups.


© 2011, Child Survivors of the Holocaust, Los Angeles | 1158 26th Street #438, Santa Monica, California 90403
Member, World Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust, representing nearly twenty thousand child survivors around the world.