In the photo immediately above, note that Abraham Pik was chosen to be front and center, in the photo, because he is the only skinny prisoner among the survivors.
You can read about Abraham Pick [Pik] who survived 9 Nazi concentration camps during World War II, on this website:
The following quote is from the news article:
Holocaust survivor, public speaker and businessman Abraham Peck [Pik] has died after suffering kidney failure at the age of 91.
Peck resided in Fair Lawn for much of his life after moving to US in 1949, just four years after being liberated from a Nazi concentration camp by American armed forces.
He said that he saw it as his duty to tell the world of the horrors he endured in nine separate concentration and forced labor camps from ages of 15 to 20 during the Second World War.
Unfortunately, Peck’s story tends to disprove the Holocaust.
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Peck’s heart-rending story of being sent to a number of punishing concentration and labor camps during his youth received a wider audience in 2016 after the publication of his biography Abe vs Adolf: The True Story of Holocaust Survivor Abe Peck, written by Maya Ross.
There is no indication, in the news article, that Abe was ever in the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, but the photo above is included in the article.