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Eyewitness to History: Albert Garih


Albert Garih was born in Paris, France, in 1938. When Albert’s father was deported to a forced labor camp in the Channel Islands, the rest of the Garih family went into hiding. Albert, along with his mother and two older sisters, were first hidden with the Galop family before threats of denunciation forced them to find other places to avoid detection.

This conversation has been edited in length for educational and classroom use. View the full First Person: Conversations with Holocaust Survivors program here.

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