"The person that informed on him was a chimney sweep, okay, who had access to all the houses, who knew what was going on. And he informed to the German authorities that he was slaughtering meat.
That punishment was death. We ran away. We had my Polish friend, Mikhail Kravitz, arranged for us to be able…he saved our lives. We were able to leave. And while we were gone, there were posters, you know, with a price, you know, on my father’s head. Because, you know, he was-. He was being sought by German authorities with the help of Polish authorities who had no choice, but they were subservient, you know, to the German authorities.
This is when we went to the village... where my father was born, and where his parents were living, his brothers and sister. And... this is the village from which we eventually went to the labor camp."