Like many Jews under Hitler’s reign of terror, Frank Grunwald and his family were eventually herded onto a cattle rail car and transported from the ghetto camp of Terezin to a new prison camp, a place vast, stark and unknown to them.
As they were soon to learn, this desolate new place was called, Auschwitz, a name that would become universally synonmous with unthinkable Nazi atrocities .
Yet for Frank, it is was also the place where he made a friendship that forever changed his life.
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64 and More Vol.15 Introduction: Courage
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