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Sharing the story of the most traumatic events in humans history is difficult, but in order to learn from it, we must. Paul talked with Fritzie Fritzshall, a Holocaust survivor from the Auschwitz concentration camp and she shared her story in detail as a young . The inhumane and gut wrenching story is one that Fritzie believes should be shared so we can learn to never forget and never repeat as we progress in the world.

Shoshana Buchholz-Miller is Vice President of Education and Exhibitions at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center. She joined Paul in light of Fritzie Frtizshall’s conversation, to talk about the architectural significance, the mission of the museum, and one of the most powerful exhibits to chronicle the history of the holocaust.