Philip Pach Speyer is a Holocaust Survivor who did not endure a life in concentration, labor, or death camps, as did three quarters of the Jewish population in the Netherlands who perished during the Second World War. During Adolf Hitler’s leadership of the Third Reich in World War II, the Nazi Party began persecuting and segregating Jews in an effort to fulfill Hitler’s “Final Solution,” which was to rid Europe and beyond of its Jewish population. Philip Speyer was one of the children who avoided the camps by becoming a “hidden child,” when a “righteous non-Jewish family” took him in during the war years, risking their own lives to save him. Following the war, he was reunited with his mother, while the majority of his blood relatives died, including his father. Philip has been fortunate to have survived and lived a long and fulfilling life. Presently, Philip has devoted his time to sharing his story and experiences as a child during the Holocaust.