This Sunday, CW 14 Focus host Robert Hornacek was joined by a survivor of the Holocaust. Appleton resident Henry Golde, who was born in Poland, shared his amazing story of survival.
Golde is making his second appearance on CW 14 Focus. Golde was just 11 years old when he was separated from his family and sent to a concentration camp. He ended up spending five years in nine different Nazi concentration camps.
Golde spoke about losing his family and how he managed to survive the Holocaust. He also talked about why he decided to share his story in the book, "Ragdolls."
Golde shared the message he hopes to pass on to people who hear his story.
"Hate is nothing and love is everything. This is my signature," Golde said. "Hate is nothing and love is everything. You know after all those years I forgive and when I forgive I started to love and my whole outlook on life has changed. There is no room for hate."
CW 14 Focus is a weekly, half-hour interview program that focuses on the issues important to people in northeast Wisconsin. Each week, Robert Hornacek will sit down with a different guest and go beyond the sound bites. The program will highlight the people making a difference in the community and give viewers an opportunity to get in depth perspective. CW 14 airs Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
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