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Published on Sep 13, 2012
Moshe Mandil and his family fled their home in the former Yugoslavia and survived the Holocaust in Albania. In the second episode of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum's Curators Corner, curator Teresa Pollin tells the story of how a single, unusual photograph spared Moshe Mandil's family from arrest by Germans, and how a young Albanian Muslim man ultimately saved their lives.