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Edmund managed to return home after a few days in jail.
However, the Germans arrested him along with many others on Kristallnacht, the “Night of Broken Glass,” a pogrom against Jews on November 10-11, 1938.
The Birmingham Council of Jewish Women, which had sponsored his immigration, placed him in a foster home. His mother Jenny died soon after, but he doesn’t know the cause. She had tried to leave Germany and applied for visas.
Birnbrey then went to Germany as a scout surveying the situation for the infantry division. Sometimes we were one to two days ahead of the Army. “On the way between Brunswick and Magdeburg we encountered ditches along the highway full of concentration camp victims who had been shot.” Two weeks before the war ended in 1945, the scouts came upon a shocking sight in the middle of nowhere: an abandoned, closed freight train with 20 or 30 cars full of Jews, standing room only.
And Skurnik was not the only Jew fighting on the side of the Germans.
More than 300 found themselves in league with the Nazis when Finland, who had a mutual enemy in the Soviet Union, joined the war in June 1941.
The American soldiers opened the train doors and freed them. At a panel discussion at the Berman Museum in Atlanta Rozell also organized reunions of survivors and liberators, one of which Birnbrey attended in Bradenton, Fla. One was the grandson of a survivor, who was in charge of atomic energy in the Barack Obama era.
One survivor called his liberators “the angels of life.” With his knowledge of German, Birnbrey later was asked to interrogate prisoners.