Uli Herzberg was 12 in this undated photograph. He was one of about 2000 German Jewish children who'd been sent to the Netherlands in the late 1930s to escape the Nazis. He captured by the Germans in 1943, sent to the Sobibor concentration camp and murdered.
Uli Herzberg was 12 in this undated photograph. He was one of about 2000 German Jewish children who'd been sent to the Netherlands in the late 1930s to escape the Nazis. He captured by the Germans in 1943, sent to the Sobibor concentration camp and murdered.
Uli Herzberg was 12 in this undated photograph. He was one of about 2000 German Jewish children who'd been sent to the Netherlands in the late 1930s to escape the Nazis. He captured by the Germans in 1943, sent to the Sobibor concentration camp and murdered.

Photo prompted Dutch woman to learn fate of Jewish children refugees

January 30, 2014 06:00 AM

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