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2 comments:

  • Scott posted at 2:49 pm on Sat, May 4, 2013.

    Scott Posts: 3

    I saw the numbers tattooed on my friends Grandmother when I went to High School in St Louis in the '70's. It had an emotional impact on me for sure. But this women had serious issues from the trauma she underwent in the camps.

    Thank you Sir for your courage and stamina.
    My hat is off to you.

    May you have a smile every day to help heal a heavy heart.

    Shine On.

    Scott

     
  • Germaine Shames posted at 2:41 pm on Sat, May 4, 2013.

    Germaine Shames Posts: 1

    Thank you for this excellent interview with Cesare Frustaci, a man of impeccable integrity and a longtime friend. I am the author of YOU, FASCINATING YOU, the novel that tells his family's epic story. To learn more.... http://germainewrites.com