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How Stanley Diller Survived The Holocaust

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            At the Hancock Park home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Diller, the women of Beis Chana heard the fascinating story of Stanley Diller’s survival during the Holocaust. The Dillers are prominent supporters of numerous yeshivos and mosdos Torah.


Diller described how his belief in Hashem gave him the strength to survive the numerous camps and struggles that confronted him from the moment he was picked up by the Nazis. Diller and a sister were the only members of his family to survive.


He poignantly described how his father sent him a postcard that was brief and to the point. His father, quoting David HaMelech, wrote, “He who puts his trust in God – kindness will surround and protect him.”

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