Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Felix Zandman





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Published on Jun 14, 2011

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Felix Zandman, Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony, 2000 (Hebrew)

Felix Zandman was born in 1927 in Grodno to Aaron and Genia. In 1941 he, his parents and grandparents were sent to the Grodno ghetto. In January 1943 the Germans surrounded the ghetto to round up the Jews for transportation and the Zandman family decided to go into hiding.
In 1946, Zandman emigrated to France. Dr. Felix Zandman had been the recipient of many awards, including the Franklin Institute Medal for Science, the French Legion of Honor, and most recently the Electronic Industries Alliance 2001 Medal of Honor.

Felix Zandman died in June 2011.

Over the past 15 years the Zandmans have remained dear friends and partners of Yad Vashem, visiting often with both family members and employees. Felix will be deeply missed by Yad Vashem. It was a privilege to have met him and an honor to have partnered with him. May his memory be for a blessing.


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