Friday, October 24, 2014 Tishri 30, 5775
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Jan L. Apple, JE Feature
Survivors of one of the most brutal sieges in history shared memories of air raids, bombings and starvation at an event in the Northeast.
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Rachel-Lyudmila Merlina
A 98-year-old North Philly resident recalls the devastation she experienced during the 900-day siege.
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A visiting Judaic studies fellow explains why he's conducting new research on the more than 250,000 displaced Holocaust victims who spent years in refugee camps after the war.
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A Center City architect journeys to Kassel, Germany, to dedicate a memorial to a grandfather he never met.
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The first time their paths crossed, Don Greenbaum was among the soldiers who liberated the concentration camp where Ernie Gross expected to die. Reunited through the Exponent, the two now share their story at Holocaust awareness events.
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