Holocaust survivor Bill Orlin was born in Poland in 1932 and was seven years old when Nazi troops invaded. His family watched as the Nazis destroyed the city and began their policies of persecution. HIs entire village was forced into a 50-mile march, suffering abusive humiliation along the way. His family eventually escaped form Europe, and Bill made a new life in the United States, serving in the army during the Korean War. His difficult childhood and journey to Houston taught him valuable life lessons. He now teaches actively about his experiences to help others understand the importance of respecting human life.
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