Richard Haber was born in Poland in 1933, the year Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany As a child in the Krakow ghetto, he narrowly avoided death before escaping with his parents and beginning a perilous life on the run. The family was eventually captured, placed in a forced march to Auschwitz. They again managed to escape and were hidden for nine months by a Polish couple until the war ended. His is an inspirational story of resilience. His memoir is entitled Still Here.