Holocaust survivor shares survival story with students

February 26, 2013 Updated Feb 26, 2013 at 6:24 PM EST

Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton) 90-year-old Dina Jacobson never imagined she’d share her story of surviving a concentration camp with anyone.

But 23 years ago, she started speaking at schools including Vestal High School.

Her approach simple, she takes a seat and begins answering student questions.

‘Every night,” she said to one student, “They came in to pick people to go to the gas chamber, we never knew who was going to live or who was going to die.”

For students, it was a chance to learn history from the source.

A history marred by pain.

“I was thinking every minute, we will be dead, nothing else,” she said to another student.

Jacobson was taken to Auschwitz when she was 16 years old.

Now, she’s addressing a class full of 16-year-old students.

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