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The Story of Victor Rona
Transcript of The Story of Victor Rona
and prior the Holocaust The Conditions of his hometown Before his family was sent to a camp he and his family lived in a sealed off ghetto.
When his family was put in the camps they immediately split apart and didn't see each outher
Victor suffered misirable conditions at these camps. He was a strong young boy who was athletically gifted.
He was beaten and tortured as he was forced to do labor. Life in the Camp Victor was a standout athlete at his school in Hungary. He was a fencer, he also excelled in literature,and music. He played the piano,and was a kid who was loved in his community.
He had a Mother & Father named Alexander Samuel ,and Magdalena Rona. He also had an older brother named Erwin. Life before Captivity Victor and thousands others were libirated in April
Sadly just five short days later he was killed from
a bayonnet wound to his left arm (a injury he sustained at the camp)
He was at the tender age of sixteen. He was born December 26, 1928
The day after christmas in
Satu Mare, Hungary 20% of Jews in his hometown were compromised. They were being killed in by the Gustopo in there of their homes. People also surrendered and were sent to concentration camps most to different camps in Polland, and Germany.
Most were sent to the infamous Auschwitz camp. R.I.P Victor A Presentation By
Edwin H. Crittendon II