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Surviving Auschwitz through Faith[Program KS3-3a]
Surviving Auschwitz through Faith

Program 3a). SURVIVING AUSCHWITZ THROUGH FAITH. Viktor Frankl in Vienna tells how, as a Jewish psychiatrist, he was imprisoned by the Nazis at Auschwitz. Frankl recognized that only by clinging to "man's search for meaning" could he survive such an atrocity.

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