Published: Apr 09, 2010 11:32 PM EDT

NAPLES, Fla. - Abe Price of Naples has one goal in life:  to remind people of the horrors of the holocaust.

He lost 200 members of his extended family to the Nazis.  He escaped 5 times from camps or prison factories, and credits pure luck for his survival.  He says the Nazi's killed between 12 and 20-thousand Jews a day at Birkenau extermination camp.  

"As a Jew, it is amazing I lived.  I credit some good people in Poland who helped to hide me when I escaped," he told WINK.

Sunday is Holocaust Remembrance Day.  It marks 65 years since Allied troops liberated the death camp at Auschwitz, and other Nazi camps.