March 24, 2009
The U.S. authority in the Displaced Persons camp in Frankfurt took this picture of the Minuskins for their U.S.A. Certificate of Identity in Lieu of Passport in 1946. The author stands directly left of his father. His book is available in the Prescott Fine Arts gift shop and Temple B’rith Shalom.
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Though almost two years had passed since the Germans invaded Poland, villagers of the town of Zhetel, on the Russian border, didn't really grasp the implications of the German army marching into the town for the first time in the late spring of 1941.