Walter Plywaski was 10 years of age when the Holocaust began. Here, he tells of his youth in Poland using a power point presentation which includes photographs and news-clippings from the period. The first part focuses on Plywaski's time in the ghetto and the loss of the majority of his family. The second part focuses on Plywaski's time in the Auschwitz holding area and the Dachau camps. He also speaks of his (and his brother's) liberation/escape at the age of 15 and his life after the war.