Stephan Ross survived 10 Nazi concentration camps as a boy and was the founder of the New England Holocaust Memorial. Ross was born Szmulek Rozental in Lodz, Poland. As a boy, he was sent to concentration camps after the Nazi’s invaded Poland. He spent time in 10 different camps, surviving beatings, illness, and starvation, and escaped twice after being chosen for death at the camps.
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Published by The Crescent-News on Feb. 25, 2020.