Living Out Loud | Apr 13, 2012 | 24:58

Places we have known - Part 1

Shula Klinger searches for information about her grandmother whose early life in the cultured city of Czernowitz was shattered by the anti semitism and the rise of the Nazis. Gina Roitman goes back to the German city she left as a baby and receives a priceless gift from the Mayor.

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