Before my visit at the holocaust I called the museum and asked them many question about the survivors and if there were going to be any of them at the time I was coming down. They told me that some of the survivors volunteer at the Holocaust Musuem, but they wouldn't be there because it was going to be a holiday and most of them was going to see family. Once I got to to the musuem I did ask the people that worked at the desk if their were a list of survivors and they told me as soon as I start on the fourth floor and make it to the bottom I would see a wall of the people that survived through the concentration camps. There was a room that I went through and a few interviews that I watched while I took the tour, and this women named Hanna Bar Yesha stood out to me. I couldn't tell you the real reason why she was the only one that I found the most interesting becauser everyone of those people went through almost the same thing. Hanna was a teenager just like I am today, and hearing her story with her family made me realize how precious and thankful I am to not go through something like she did. I didn't get to personally talk to her, but listening to her tell her experience made me feel like she was right in front of me informing me about the things she went through. In these two videos below Hanna talks about her life in the concentration camp.