<center>'There's No Such Thing As Closure'<br> <small>The Story Of A Holocaust Survivor Who Testified In The 'Accountant Of Auschwitz' Trial</small></center>
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Max Eisen (Photo by Emily Kassie, The Huffington Post)
Max Eisen, an 86-year-old survivor of Auschwitz, entered a courtroom in Lüneburg, Germany, last Thursday to give his testimony in the trial of Oskar Groening, a 93-year-old former Nazi death camp worker infamously monikered "The Accountant of Auschwitz." Groening stands accused of complicity in the murder of 300,000 people at the Nazi camp, where he was responsible for sorting through the belongings of the camp's detainees -- specifically, counting the money and valuables confiscated from new prisoners.
Eisen was one of those prisoners.
When asked to participate in Groening's trial, he told The Huffington Post, he was initially hesitant. During the time that the trial was to take place, Eisen had planned to travel to Israel with the March of The Living, an organization focused on Holocaust education, and planed to visit his granddaughter there as well. He was also set to participate in a commemorative march through Au
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