The Holocaust

Agnes Mandl Adachi

"Then we were so frozen that we couldn't do it anymore. But without Raoul Wallenberg, we wouldn't have saved even one single person."

We stood on the left, way over, we had doctors and nurses in the cars and then we had people outside to pull us out. Four of us, three men and me, we jumped and thanks to the icicles, the the ropes hang on to it, and we saved people out.

The lesson I learned

The lesson I learned goes along with the quote because even though how terribly cold it was they still had the strength to helps others, other than just themselves.