Lessons from the Holocaust

Dr. Robert Fisch survived the Holocaust and the Hungarian Revolution (Yellow Star Foundation) Retired University of Minnesota physician Dr. Robert Fisch, the world renowned expert in mental retardation, received one of university's highest awards on Wednesday. Fisch, 78, has another distinction: he's escaped death twice. Fisch is a World War II Holocaust survivor. Then, in 1956 he escaped death in Hungary after that country's revolution against the Communists.

By Dan Olson, Minnesota Public Radio, June 2, 2004

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