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formercia Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-05-13 03:16 PM
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3. There are many who will remain unknown
Many survived the War and many died in the Camps.

The Family of a woman I dated for several Years was saved by the Turkish Ambassador to Czechoslovakia. Her father was a Jeweler and the Turkish Ambassador was one of his customers. When the Germans invaded, the Ambassador gave him a Turkish Passport, so he was able to leave the Country. He returned 5 times to Occupied Europe and got his relatives out with Turkish Visas. The guy had Balls. He spoke perfect German and was able to browbeat the Border Guards whenever they asked for papers. He got everyone out except his fiancee and Grandmother. They were never heard from again.
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