Shlomo Wolkowicz, a Man Who Evaded and Then Confronted the Holocaust, Dies at 92

After surviving the Holocaust thanks to a series of lucky and daring escapes, Wolkowicz had a story to tell, and he told it.

Shlomo Wolkowicz, born in 1922, survived the Holocaust in Poland by channeling French adventure novelist Jules Vern. He later moved to Israel, where he used his story to educate and to hold the Nazis accountable for their atrocities. He died on March 10, at the age of 92.