Into the Forest
Rebecca Frankel recounted how a Polish family evaded the Nazis by living for two years in the Bialowieza Forest and how they were… read more
Rebecca Frankel recounted how a Polish family evaded the Nazis by living for two years in the Bialowieza Forest and how they were eventually saved and immigrated to the United States. This program was hosted by the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City. close
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Into the Forest
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