Holocaust survivor tells story at Seymour Johnson AFB
By Matt Caulder
Published in News on April 29, 2014 1:46 PM
Alfred Schnog speaks to an audience on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Monday about his experiences growing up in, and escaping from, Nazi Germany. Behind him is a photograph of a Nazi parade.
Staff Sgt. Vanessa Blackwell views the video, photos and artifacts in the temporary Holocaust museum at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Monday.
Alfred Schnog was too young to remember the Nazi Party's rise to power. He can hardly recall the days before newspapers turned against his people -- when beaches and other public places were closed off to those who shared...
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