July 13, 2020
Jacob (Yanek) Friedman
L’viv, then - Poland
"At the age of 14-15 in the Janowski camp, I met people much smarter and more experienced than me, waiting for the mercy of the Nazis, I understood then the most important thing. Submission and apathy will not save you. You must take risks to survive". Download “Memoirs of Yakov Friedman” and read the full text of the conversation with the author.
"Probably, Jacob is still alive.
At least until the the coronavirus period, one afternoon I went to his room to talk and ask how he was doing.
But Jacob was asleep. There was a large stack of books on the nightstand by the bed.
I decided not to wake him up.
Let him sleep".