A Holocaust survivor is using his experience in a concentration camp to teach students.
86-year-old Eugen Shoenfeld was only 18 years old when he and his family, who were Jewish, were sent to a concentration camp.
He spent 13 months total in camps at Auschwitz, Dachau, Muhldorf, and Warsaw.
He travels to spread his philosophy to younger generations.
"The older have a duty to the young ones to share with them their experiences we cannot we cannot learn unless someone shares their experiences," Schoenfeld says.
He shared those memories with seventh and eighth graders.
Shoenfeld believes another Holocaust is possible if we give up our freedom, and says people are more likely to do that when the economy gets tough.
"Never follow a leader because he promises all kinds of things. Be judgemental of that leader, create your own thought, follow your own thought, make evaluations don't give up your freedom," he says.