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Peter Feigl’s Diary


Born in Berlin in 1929, Peter Feigl moved with his parents to Prague and Brussels before they ended up in southern France in 1940. In 1942, Peter was at a Quaker summer camp when his parents were arrested. Learn about the diary Peter began after his parents’ arrest, how it disappeared, and how he recovered it decades later.

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