Eugenia Adler on the Nazi invasion of Poland

Eugenia Adler was 17 at the start of World War II. She survived the Warsaw Ghetto and Auschwitz-Birkenau and Majdanek concentration camps, and spent time fighting with the partisans. In this clip, she recalls finding shelter with a frightened horse as Germany bombed Warsaw in September 1939.

More clips from survivors on the beginning of World War II:

Rosette Baronoff on the Breakout of War

David Bayer remembers the Invasion of Poland

Leo Bach on the Invasion of Poland

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