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Published on Apr 4, 2012
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Yoram Friedman and his family were imprisoned in the Warsaw Ghetto, from which his father escaped. Yoram, six, was smuggled out of the ghetto. In a field he met his father, who instructed him to change his name and taught him a Christian prayer. As the German soldiers approached Yoram fled but his father was shot. Yoram was apprehended by an SS officer who placed him with a German woman. While working in the field, Yoram's hand was caught in a thresher. In the hospital the gangrenous arm was severed. A peasant smuggled him out of the hospital, and Yoram found work as a cattle-boy. In 1962 he immigrated to Israel.