COMMENTARY: What $20 at Christmas Meant to a Young Girl Freed from Dachau

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c. 2005 Religion News Service (UNDATED) In 1913, my grandmother left Yugoslavia at age 16 and traveled the immigrant’s voyage across the ocean to America. Here she created a legacy in what she liked to call “her adopted homeland,” but her choice meant that she would never see her Slovenian family again. Her sister Ancka […]

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