April 24, 2024
We Mourn Robert Clary, “Hogan’s Heroes” Actor and Holocaust Survivor | USC Shoah Foundation

We Mourn Robert Clary, “Hogan’s Heroes” Actor and Holocaust Survivor | USC Shoah Foundation

We Mourn Robert Clary, “Hogan’s Heroes” Actor and Holocaust Survivor | USC Shoah Foundation

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We Mourn Robert Clary, “Hogan’s Heroes” Actor and Holocaust Survivor | USC Shoah Foundation

"Hogan’s Heroes" actor, Robert Clary, survived the Holocaust and committed himself to remembrance. Robert, whose career included theater, radio, film and television credits, died on November 16, 2022 at age 96.

He began telling his story in 1980, leaving thousands of students with a message of empathy and activism. "If you want this world to be alive, to be a fertile world, you have to stop feeling superior to another human being just because that human being has a different color skin, or different shape of eyes, or a different religion than yours. Do not feel superior to this person,” he recalled telling school children. “Give them as much chance that you want to have.” Read USC Shoah Foundation’s full tribute to Robert at https://sfi.usc.edu/news/2022/12/34551-hogans-heroes-actor-robert-clary-96-survived-holocaust.

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