At the beginning of World War II the family of Theodore Balberyszski moved to Lithuania, Vilnius. In 1941 the German occupation authorities moved his family to a Jewish ghetto in Vilnius. When the ghetto was liquidated, Theodore Balberyszski and his father were separated from the rest of the family and sent to the Klooga concentration camp in Estonia. After the end of the war Theodore Balberyszsky returned to his family. In the interview he recalls his time in the ghetto and concentration camp and his later life.