Steve Barry has a story of survival and gratitude for the American troops who liberated him during World War II.
Steve is Jewish and was sent from Hungary to the notorious Bergen-Belsen camp. He soon was loaded, along with 2,500 other starving Jews, on a train. The train became stranded in the middle of fierce fighting. Soon Steve's captors left, but the passengers were weak, and there was nowhere for them to go, so they stayed with the train hoping for a miracle.
Steve will never forget the day he saw the first tank stop to help. The unit of soldiers included American Carroll Walsh. The two men tell Dick Gordon about their experiences during the war, and about the newspaper article that brought them together 62 years later.