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What it means to be descended from Holocaust survivors

27 January 2020

9:00 PM

27 January 2020

9:00 PM

This is a short piece on Holocaust Memorial Day, and what it means to be descended from Holocaust survivors. Many, many people could write a story like this, but this one is mine.

All parts of my family lost people in the war. My grandfather, though, lost pretty much his whole family.

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