Holocaust survivor Tibor Spitz was born and raised in Czechoslovakia. He lived there during WWII, and avoided a near certain death when his family fled to live in a forest. After the war ended, he remained in Czechoslovakia and became an engineer. He eventually escaped communist Soviet Union in the 1960s, and settled in upstate New York. In his visit with Mac Engel, Spitz discusses the lost lessons of the Holocaust, the similarities of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and why he is not mad at God.