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Holocaust Survivor

Video duration: 7:05

Patrick Murphy talks with Rachel Miller, a survivor of the Holocaust. She and her family witnessed the Nazi occupation of Paris in 1940 and persecution of Jewish citizen which began immediately after. Her father died at the hands of Germany doctors conducting experiments. After shipping Rachel out of Paris, the rest of her family was taken by the Nazis. She spent the rest of the war in hiding.

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Julie Wier

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Photographs by Larry Torno

A montage of black and white images from photographer Larry Torno.

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