Holocaust survivor opens exhibition

Frank Bright survived the gas chambers by pure luck.

He said: “I was lucky, nothing else.”

Deported from the Theresienstadt ghetto in Czechoslovakia in October 1944 Frank and his mother found themselves at the extermination camp — its name now synonymous with terror — Auschwitz.


Taken to another camp Frank was forced into slave labour just a few days later.


He added: “I was 16. I stayed there for seven months and then the war ended. I don’t know why but we weren’t put on a death march we stayed put and the Russians appeared the day after war ended.


Source: www.eveningstar.co.uk/content/eveningstar/news/story.aspx? brand=ESTOnline&category=News&tBrand=ESTOnline&tCategory=News &itemid=IPED16%20Jan%202008%2007%3A24%3A12%3A480
16 January 2008 | 12:30

Webmaster note: Revisionists say that there were no gassings at Auschwitz, that healthy inmates were used in work projects, and that inmates were given a choice of evacuating with the Germans or staying to await the Soviet troops. This survivor says he wasn’t gassed at Auschwitz, was chosen for a work project, and remained at the camp unmolested until the Soviet troops arrived. Maybe Frank Bright is a closet revisionist!