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Legacy's vow: to never forget

Sonia Weitz, of Peabody, who was born in Krakow, Poland, and survived five Nazi death camps. Sonia Weitz, of Peabody, who was born in Krakow, Poland, and survived five Nazi death camps. (David Kamerman/Globe Staff)
By Steven Rosenberg
Globe Staff / February 19, 2009

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They survived the horrors of mass extermination. Most of their relatives have no grave site to remember them by - they were shipped in cattle cars from ghettos to concentration camps, gassed, and then burned in crematorium ovens. (Full article: 1073 words)

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