Holocaust survivors penned memoirs of their hometowns so future generations would know about them

A photo of a concentration camp is included in a yizkor book from the city of Czestochowa, Poland, at the Illinois Holocaust Museum on Sept. 13, 2021, in Skokie. The Holocaust yizkors are a series of memories of life in prewar Jewish communities by the people who survived their destruction. They include remembrances of homes, people and ways of life lost during World War II. (Erin Hooley / Chicago Tribune)

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