Zenek Moskowicz was born in 1923 in Wloclawek, Poland. With the outbreak of war, his family fled to Warsaw where they were forced into the Ghetto. Zenek was sent from the Ghetto to a forced labor camp in the town of Wrzesnia, near Poznan where the prisoners were forced to lay railway tracks for the Berlin-Moscow train route. When the work was complete the prisoners were transported to other camps.
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