As Frank Grunwald shared his family’s Holocaust story, the unimaginable terrors they endured began to layer around us. 

Gradually, the room filled with this 83-year old’s memories of Nazi oppression and hate with an intensity that compelled me to ask if his parents had ever railed against the Nazis—at the very least, complained about the steady stream of loss—-of home, of family, of dignity and of freedom?

His answer, like much of our four-hour interview, was unexpected and remarkable.



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