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Catholic course faces hard truths of the Holocaust

Rena Finder was saved by her boss, Oskar Schindler. In addition to Schindler, thousands of other Catholic Poles saved scores of Jewish lives by helping to smuggle them out of Poland. Rena Finder was saved by her boss, Oskar Schindler. In addition to Schindler, thousands of other Catholic Poles saved scores of Jewish lives by helping to smuggle them out of Poland.
By Alex Katz
Globe Correspondent / August 16, 2010

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BROOKLINE — As she has many times before, Rena Finder recalled the day her family and thousands of others were forced from their homes and herded into the Jewish ghetto in Krakow, Poland. (Full article: 780 words)

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