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Voices / Letters from readers

Grandfather's words resonate

Originally published in The Commons issue #425 (Wednesday, September 13, 2017). This story appeared on page E3.



RE: “‘Real words from a real human being who was murdered in the Holocaust’” [Social media roundup, Aug. 16]:

Thank you, Becca Balint, for sharing your grandfather’s words. It is beyond sad that such a kind, thoughtful man was murdered in Austria years ago, yet this hateful energy is still alive today.

Marjorie Albrecht Ray


Brookline

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