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"A Hidden Child's Story"

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    Consists of one article, entitled "A Hidden Child's Story" by Sam Lauber, which originally appeared in the Dayton (OH) Jewish Observer in May 2005. In the article, which includes copies of photographs, Mr. Lauber describes the Nazi occupation of Antwerp, where he was born in 1942. Mr. Lauber's parents arranged for him to go into hiding with the Detry family in La Louviere, Belgium, where he remained for a year before reuniting with his family. In 1948, the family immigrated to the United States. Mr. Lauber describes his post-war life and decision in 1986 to travel to La Louviere to find the Detry family, where they reunited. Also includes articles related to Mr. Lauber's speaking engagements in which he speaks about his experiences, his work to promote Holocaust education and remembrance, and his own personal and professional accomplishments.
    publication/distribution:  2005 May
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Samuel A. Lauber

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    1 folder

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    The Museum is in the process of determining the possible use restrictions that may apply to material(s) in this collection.

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    Personal Name
    Lauber, Samuel.

    Administrative Notes

    Mr. Samuel Lauber donated his newspaper article to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Dec. 18, 2008. He added an accretion to the collection in 2012.
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