From Holocaust to Hallelujah
Hiding in Plain Sight
“I certainly didn’t see God's hand as a five-year-old on Berlin’s streetcars, staring mutely as fascist Brown Shirts beat elderly Jews and my mother quietly whispered to me not to look, not to protest, not to try to help them,” recalls Lewin in From Holocaust to Hallelujah. He credits his family’s survival to his father’s idea to “hide in plain sight,” escaping not to Sweden or Switzerland, but to Berlin, the German capital.
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