The Boy: A Holocaust Story
Historian Dan Porat reports on his research of an iconic photograph of an anonymous boy in the Warsaw ghetto taken in the spring of 1943. The author recounts the lives of several of the people seen within the image. Dan Porat discussed his book at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie, Illinois. close
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