May 28, 2024
Holocaust Survivor Judy Lachman | Legacy of the 10 Commandments | USC Shoah Foundation #shorts

Holocaust Survivor Judy Lachman | Legacy of the 10 Commandments | USC Shoah Foundation #shorts

Holocaust Survivor Judy Lachman | Legacy of the 10 Commandments | USC Shoah Foundation #shorts

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Holocaust Survivor Judy Lachman | Legacy of the 10 Commandments | USC Shoah Foundation #shorts

In this clip, Jewish Holocaust survivor, Judy Lachman, explores believing in a higher power after enduring genocide against the Jewish people.

In 2023, the Jewish holiday Shavuot occurs from May 25-27. Shavuot commemorates G-d’s giving of the Torah (the “10 Commandments”) to Moses and the Jewish people on Mount Sinai.

“We were chosen to hold and give the legacy of the 10 Commandments to the world.”

Judy Lachman was born in Lodz, Poland in 1924. She survived the Piotrkow ghetto, Tomaszow Mazowiecki ghetto, Augsburg concentration camp, Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Burgau concentration camp, Dachau concentration camp, Skarzysko-Kamienna concentration camp, Tschenstochau-Pelzery concentration camp, and Turkheim concentration camp. She was liberated at Dachau by United States armed forces. Judy Lachman was interviewed by USC Shoah Foundation in 1995.

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