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Agnes Schwartz: "A Hidden Child"

Agnes Schwartz from Budapest, Hungary, was 10 years old when German forces occupied her town and her family was forced to move to the ghetto. Their maid, a non-Jew, took Agnes to safety, claiming her as her niece. Agnes became a “hidden child” living in the open but living in fear, not knowing when her family would be reunited.

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