Holocaust survivor Yitzhak Levi was born in Vienna in 1925. On November 9-10, 1938, Yitzhak witnessed the Night of Broken Glass, known as Kristallnacht. Also known as the November Pogrom, members of the Nazi party and their German supporters, organized a campaign of hatred against the Jews and their property, breaking glass windows and setting fires to Jewish homes, shops and synagogues. After the war, Yitzhak moved to Israel and enlisted in the IDF, where he became a proud defender of the Jewish state. Today, his great-granddaughter serves in the IDF, ensuring that ‘Never Again’ means now.