Ohh My! Let’s hear this Yarn…
Hoping to help his family when they were starving in the ghetto, Elias left to work for the Nazis. They promised him his family would be safe, but that’s not what happened. All of his family including his six siblings died in the Holocaust.
“The Nazis killed all my family and I was left alone,” said Feinzilberg.
Feinzilberg worked in the labor camps and prayed to stay alive, surviving daily on a bowl of soup and a piece of bread.
On May 1, 1945 the U.S. Army liberated Elias from the concentration camps. Soon, he volunteered in the kitchen of an American refugee camp helping to feed 12,000 survivors. There, he met his wife and they moved to Guatemala where they lived for 22 years.
In 1969, Elias and his wife immigrated to Israel. Today Elias has two sons, a daughter, seven grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
“I’m very happy that I did one thing in my life. I brought my family to Israel. I love Israel very much. Here, every stone is mine,” he said.
Feinzilberg has inspired many people with his life and story. Some say his smile and joy for life are contagious.
Hmm, I am kinda feeling “lunch bag letdown” here, soup bread and all… Kinda important stuff seems to be missing…
“Hoping to help his family when they were starving in the ghetto” ⇐ What Ghetto would that be?
“Elias left to work for the Nazis. They promised him his family would be safe, but that’s not what happened. All of his family including his six siblings died in the Holocaust.” ⇐ in the Holocaust? Is this sort of a “Magical Place” where people go to die? Should it be renamed “Holocaust Land” or “Holocaust Hill” or something? Hill might be nice as when you just say “Holocaust” that they died in, that gives about as much information as a “Hill of Beans”. Afraid to mention where they died? Afraid that if you mention camps or ghetto’s that your story will not hold up? So you hide behind the word “Holocaust”?
It seems you are so much wanting to AVOID being specific, that you even make a mockery of the English Language to do it:
“On May 1, 1945, the U.S. Army liberated Elias from the concentration camps.” ←Did he have different pieces of his body in different camps? A foot here, and hand there? Cannot even state which camp he was liberated from, as your story will not match, and so you have to destroy the proper English Language and all “Common Sense” to avoid it?
“In 1969, Elias and his wife immigrated to Israel. ” ⇐Stole land from Palestinians might be more appropriate, but here is a link, finally to this “bullshit story” which they cannot even be specific about: