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Ed Mosberg, born in Krakow in 1926, survived the Krakow Ghetto and Plaszów and Mauthausen concentration camps. His parents, his two sisters, and nearly his entire extended family were killed in the Holocaust. He was liberated by American Armed Forced in a labor camp in Linz, Austria, in 1945. Ed shared his story with tens of thousands of teens and adults in schools and community organizations, and he appeared in two documentaries. He went back to Europe with March of the Living and USC Shoah Foundation in 2018 to record 360 Testimony on Location at 28 sites connected to his journey, and was one of the first Holocaust survivors to record a Dimensions in Testimony interactive biography. This is his 2016 Visual History Archive Testimony.
Ed Mosberg died on Sept. 22, 2022 at the age of 96. May his memory be a blessing.
To read USC Shoah Foundation’s full tribute to Ed, please visit https://sfi.usc.edu/news/2022/09/33981-holocaust-survivor-edward-mosberg-96-tireless-advocate-remembrance.
To view Ed’s full testimony, please visit https://vhaonline.usc.edu/viewingPage?testimonyID=59381&returnIndex=0 (free account registration required).
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