What it really meant to be an honorary prisoner in Nazi camp

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2 comments on “What it really meant to be an honorary prisoner in Nazi camp”

  1. David Kaplan says:

    After reading you book I am going to do some genealogy work on my family. They were originally from Lithuania. I don’t know from which town. Seeing the name Kaplan on the stones for the girls who were baptized then shot, in Plunge struck a spot. Thank you for your work and your book. Yours has been a horrible and difficult path.

    1. David Kaplan says:

      I hope to find out more about my family’s history in Lithuania. Thank yousilvi

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