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Living St. Louis

Jewish-American POW

Video duration: 8:08

Patrick Murphy speaks with University City resident Allen Sabol about his extraordinary journey as a Jewish-American soldier captured by the Germans in the line of duty during World War II. Sabol says life as a POW was harsh. He endured a death march that zigzagged across Germany. Even after he was rescued and returned to the States, Sabol continued to battle to recover from his war wounds.

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Living St. Louis

Julie Wier

Living St. Louis contributor Paul Schankman profiles the "Typical St. Louisan.”

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Julie Wier

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Living St. Louis

Photographs by Larry Torno

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

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Photographs by Larry Torno

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Living St. Louis

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The story of the telephone can be found in a small St. Louis museum at Jefferson Barracks.

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Telephone Museum

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A look at the Amy Reidel exhibit at the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis.

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