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Holocaust survivor shares memories — and warnings

| Staff Reporters
Nearly 150 people packed the Crestview Public Library meeting room April 21 to hear the story of Holocaust survivor Rudy Timmerman, who described his experiences in a German labor camp in Poland. They were the first people in 75 years to hear Timmerman’s story.
Before an audience of almost 150 people at the Crestview Public Library, Rudy Timmerman shared his dramatic story of survival after being clapped in German labor camps in World War II as a toddler.


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