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Posts Tagged ‘Holocaust’

Try All What Is Possible: How Emil Singer’s Art Saved Lives

The exhibit features etchings by Emil Singer, along with a few original works by Charlotte Alden Isaacs and Reginald Isaacs. In 1936 newlyweds Reginald Isaacs and Charlotte Aldes Isaacs sailed to Europe to introduce themselves to each other’s families—first to his family in London, then on to her family in Austria. This exhibition centers on…

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Behind Enemy Lines

Marthe Cohn, was born in Metz, France in 1920. She was a beautiful, young woman living across the German border in France, when Hitler rose to power. As the Nazi occupation escalated, Marthe’s sister was sent to Auschwitz while her family fled to the South of France.

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