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April 30, 2014 12:00 AM

LaRue: On base to remember the Holocaust, he thought of his mother

The two most fortunate events in Michael Fried’s life occurred in Holland, and both involved women. The first was the work of his mother, Lonny Wartelsky, a young Jewish widow and mother of two young children thrown into a detention camp by Nazi Germans.

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