Smoke from smokeless crematories

Holocaust survivor shares story with students

  • North High in Torrance hosts George Brown, who watched the Nazis march his mother to her death at Auschwitz in 1944.

By Seung Hwa Hong

Daily Breeze

Saturday, February 05, 2005

The image still lingers in George Brown’s mind: clouds of ash spewing from four chimneys at Auschwitz, the sun blotted out by the smoke that hung over the death camp.


There were no birds or flies at the camp and ashes blotted out the sun, Brown said.