St. Henry resident and World War II veteran Harold Kleinhenz, left, answers questions with Holocaust survivor William Meyer prior to Monday night's presentation at St. Henry High School. Meyer, originally from Holland and now of Geneva, Ind., escaped from a concentration camp during the war.
ST. HENRY - William Meyer witnessed unspeakable atrocities at the age many modern American children receive their first cellular phones.
He was 11 when Gestapo officers arrested him outside the clockmaker shop of his neighbor, Corrie ten Boom, a Jewish sympathizer. [More