A trip into family’s darkest days
In Berlin, granddaughter to meet others affected by Shoah
When Alyse Lichtenstein’s grandmother was her age, she was trapped in the Nazi murder machine.
This week, the Boston University senior departs for her grandmother’s native land, Germany, to meet with others directly or indirectly affected by the Holocaust: survivors, perpetrators, resisters, bystanders and those, like Lichtenstein, who are descendants.
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