From the Associated Press:
Edgar Krasa took part in one of the ennobling acts of the Holocaust.
He didn't take up arms in a ghetto insurrection, or fight in the Jewish
underground. Instead, he and several hundred fellow concentration camp
inmates defied the Nazis through music.
For Krasa, the road began at the Masaryk Railway Station in the Czech
capital, Prague. It was Nov. 24, 1941, and the Nazi machine was
crushing one of the oldest Jewish communities of Europe. Over the next
four years, thousands of its artists, writers, musicians and
professionals would be transported from the Prague area to the
fortress-turned-concentration camp where Krasa was sent that day: