...and try not to cry. Seriously, I dare you. 

Sid Shafner, now 94 years old, was one of the first troops into the Dachau Concentration Camp in Germany in 1945. He helped to liberate over 30,000 prisoners from the death camp. One of those prisoners was Marcel Levy, who is now 90.

"Sid tells the story that his convoy was stopped by a Jew named Marcel. Marcel tells him in Yiddish that 'You have to leave your route and divert to help us,' which he did," said Peter Weintraub, the president of Friends of the Israel Defense Forces.

“Everything I have today, all of my children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, is due to you, Sid,” Levy told Shafner.

I lost it when I saw this video. Is somebody cutting onions in here?