“Holocaust survivor tells story to thousands of children via global talks, book”
Arizona Jewish News July 17, 2018
‘The boy who refused to die’
Winter visitor relates Holocaust horrors
Tucson.com January 22, 2012
As survivors dwindle, Finkel certain their stories will live on
Daily Southtown Chicago Tribune July 11, 2016
Tucsonan knew concentration camp love story was a lie
Tucson Citizen December 31, 2008
Piotrkow Trybunalski – The First Ghetto in Occupied Poland
Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team
Isaac Finkelstein, brother of Sidney Finkel – interview conducted by the Imperial War Museum as part of their retrospective oral history interview program.
After the war, a particular group of young survivors left eastern Europe together to start new lives. Many eventually settled in the UK, others in North America, Australia and Israel. They have retained strong contacts and are known collectively as the 45 Aid Society ‘The Boys’.
VISITING BUCHENWALD WITH MY GRANDFATHER
I knew I’d feel sad on our trip to Germany. I wasn’t expecting to be so angry.
By Bari Finkel
Tablet Magazine April 15, 2015
Jewish Cemetery and information about Piotrków Trybunalski, the town where Sidney Finkel was born.