Holocaust Survivors Hide in Dark Cave to Keep Families Safe

Two men talk about the steps they took to survive one of Europe's darkest periods.
2:25 | 04/07/13

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Dan and beeian? Thaurng, ginger. This morning, an unforgettable story of survival. After six decades two men are talking about the steps four fams lis took to escape the holocaust. Abc's terry moran has the story. Reporter: For six decades this story remained buried under ground. Until this man was exploring a cave in ukraine. Those objects were someone's life. Reporter: Jews lived there. It's an astonishing new story of the holocaust told in a documentary "no place on earth." They lived in pitch black with their family and four other families, 38 jewish men, women and children total. Today, they talk with pride, every nostalgia about their ordeal in those caves. They forged for food at night. Built showers deep under ground. In may 1944 the russian army liberated the area and the five families came back into life, life on earth. We were just happy to survive and then life started to turn normal. back to the cave. I know where I am. Let's close all the lights for a minute. Ahh, now, I feel good. Reporter: Out of the darkness where they found life, the 38 c jews of that cave have children, grandchildren. That shot of all of those children and grandchildren tells the whole story. Incredible. That was interesting to see. Coming up here on "good morning america" from extreme

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