Walter Kase

walter-kaseBorn in Poland in 1930, Walter Kase and his family were swept up in the events of the Holocaust in 1939 when they were given 15 minutes to leave their home and move into the Lodz ghetto.

During the war he endured forced labor camps and five concentration camps including Auschwitz, Mauthausen and Bergen-Belsen.

Mr. Kase will talk about his experiences and discuss the lasting impact of the Holocaust. Each year, Walter Kase speaks to thousands of people, passionately sharing his experiences and his hopes for our world.

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