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June 3, 2017

Holocaust survivor, who was saved by being on Schindler’s List, tells her story

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, movies, Uncategorized — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 2:23 pm

Rena Farber was on Schindler's List

Rena Farber, who is shown in the photo above, was 10 when the Nazis invaded Poland in 1939. As her family was forced into a ghetto, her father tried to reassure her not to worry. “The world will hear about us. They will come and save us.” But the world did not intervene to save the Jews of Europe.

The Nazis took her father away and she never saw him again. As she and her mother were leaving their apartment in Krakow, she tried knocking on neighbors’ doors. “But no one had the courage to say goodbye.”

Of those neighbors, she said, “They were ordinary people, like the people you come across everyday.
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I have written several blog posts about Schindler’s List, including this one:

You can also  read more about Schindler’s List on this blog post that I wrote:


  1. I saw Rena in a elevator at my doctors office building, and I was dying to ask her if she personally saw homicidal gas chambers. But I didnt, I probably would have been arrested…These lkars are protected like gold. If we had a chance to really ask deep questions that would be great but it never happens..

    Comment by Joe Rizoli — June 4, 2017 @ 2:51 am

  2. Her name is Rena Finder she was living in my town not sure if she still is….just another HoloHuxster.
    She is famous in the HoloHoaxer community and uses it to spill her lies.


    Comment by Jim Rizoli — June 3, 2017 @ 3:45 pm

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