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Holocaust survivor, 103, tells students of resisting Nazis

He describes time in concentration camps in WWII

By Milton J. Valencia
Globe Staff / May 5, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - He would not bend to their political will or join their army, nor would he deny his religion, and for that Leopold Engleitner was sent to a concentration camp in wartime Germany. (Full article: 726 words)

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