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80 Years Later, a Son and His Violin Right a Nazi Injustice

We love this story of a son, Grammy Award-winning violinist Eugene Drucker, finally getting to right a wrong done to his father 80 years ago by Nazi officials, one of the first acts of anti-Semitism by the then-new regime. Read more about this moving story here.


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