Chil Rajchman: I am the last Jew

[Translated by Google translate]

Chil Rajchman was born in 1914 and came to the extermination camp at Treblinka in 1942, 28 years old. Rajchman was one of the very few who survived the concentration camp. After the war he moved to Uruguay, and before he died in 2004, he asked his family to publish his notes in book form. He has repeatedly testified against war criminals.

Chil Rajchman was one of six children in a jew family that lived in the industrial city of Lodz in Poland. His mother died before World War II. Chile’s father did not get the family’s finances so Chil started working early.

Read on and see a documentary film clips of 5 minutes on Israel Blog on Chil and his dramatic life

About Mikael Höglind

Mikael Höglind är en känd entreprenör inom brandskyddsbranschen. Mellan 2009 och 2020 valde Mikael Höglind att helt satsa på en karriär i näringslivet. 2021 blev Mikael åter politiskt engagerad efter att han sålt sitt bolag Vivestra Brandskydd.