102-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Meets His Nephew for First Time

Eliyahu Pietruszka thought his entire family had died. Watch the moving video of him meeting the nephew he didn't know existed.


Eliyahu Pietruszka, 102 years old, believed his entire family had died in the Holocaust. This week he met his nephew that he didn't know he had. Watch the moving video of the two meeting for the first time in the lobby of Eliyahu’s retirement home in Israel.

Comments (7)

(7) Anonymous, December 1, 2017 10:19 PM

May he and his family live many more long, happy, and healthy years!

(6) Anonymous, December 1, 2017 10:18 PM

Amen! This is beautiful!

(5) Anonymous, November 26, 2017 10:55 PM

Thanksgiving Blessings for all

G-d works in mysterious ways. Thank you for sharing your most beautiful event. May it be G-d's will for you to live as long as Moses, and please put your life-story into writing so all can learn and share.

(4) leon margolis, November 26, 2017 12:25 AM

an amazing story of survival longevity and reunion.

(3) Pearl, November 23, 2017 10:56 PM

This is a must watch

What an emotional moving unforgettable reunion!

(2) NATE SPIEWAK, November 23, 2017 6:17 PM

VELODROME

My mother and I spend 7 days in the Velodrome on July 16, we were realized after spending 6 miserable days. My father at this time was working for a small company the owner knew some important Nazis money was exchanged and we where free. 3 weeks later they came to the house and arrested my parents and I, while walking in the street my father dropped the suitcases in from of the gendarms and my mother yelled "Run" and I ran for 3 years until they came back after spending 3 years in various concentration camps.

(1) Dovid, November 23, 2017 4:34 PM

I couldn't see the entire video for my crying

This is so moving!

 

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